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Taylor Swift Sexual Assault Trial: What Did Taylor Swift Say in Court?

11 Août 2017

"It was a definite grab. A very long grab", she said at one point.

Asked by McFarland why her bodyguard did not step in when "this big drunk guy" groped her, Swift replied: "No one could have expected this to happen". A very long grab, ' she added.

In the image, shown to jurors during opening statements but not publicly released, Mueller's hand is behind Swift, just below her waist.

Swift has been sued by Mueller for defemation after she initially made the claims.

Mueller is suing Swift, saying he was falsely accused.

Mueller, 55, is suing Swift, alleging she and her team slandered him by telling his employer about the incident, resulting in his firing. The angry federal trial judge described Mueller's conduct as "sanctionable" and allowed Swift's lawyer to cross examine regarding this alleged destruction of key evidence. Swift is countersuing, saying she was sexually assaulted. This is what happened to me. He had a handful of my a-.

"I went into the dressing room and I saw her face", Andrea Swift told jurors in Denver. "I didn't need a picture". I know it was him. It shows Mueller, his girlfriend and Swift standing together, smiling.

She says she didn't want to look at the photo, which was taken at a meet-and-greet before the then-23-year-old Taylor Swift was slated to perform for tens of thousands of people at the Pepsi Center.

"I am critical of your client for sticking his hand under my skirt and grabbing my a**", Swift said. Two days later, Mueller was sacked from his $150,000 job -- his "dream job", he said - as a radio DJ. Swift responded that she couldn't because her "a- is in the back of (her) body". Swift has labeled the alleged action as a form of sexual assault. She acknowledged that Dent had seen Mueller "reach under my skirt and grab my ass". According to Vulture, Swift forwent all formalities (like "sir") and simply called McFarland by his first name, Gabe. Online, the Shake It Off singer testified in court during an ongoing groping trial involving former Colorado DJ David Mueller.

A sign in the windows across the street from Denver Federal Court, where the Taylor Swift groping trial is being held. "I don't want people to grab my ass at meet-and-greets at my concerts".

Another motivation for not calling the police was to keep the incident private and away from the media.

But the quote that will live forever came after the later-fired DJ's lawyer asked Swift why, in a photo, the front of her skirt did not appear to be lifted.

The pop star said she did not say anything to Mueller about it at the time because she did not want fans nearby to hear anything, and that she did not want to cancel the event and disappoint them. "I think what he did was despicable, horrifying, shocking, but I don't know him at all".

Taylor also testified on Wednesday in a deposition in Denver and said,

"It was not an accident, it was completely intentional, and I have never been so sure of anything in my life."

Taylor Swift Sexual Assault Trial: What Did Taylor Swift Say in Court?