Taylor Swift watches jury selection for trial against Denver DJ

Taylor Swift Expected To Testify Against DJ Who Allegedly Sexually Assault Her

Taylor Swift Expected To Testify Against DJ Who Allegedly Sexually Assault Her

Taylor Swift is expected to testify in court this month against a former radio host who she claims groped her.

The Denver Post reported that security removed Mueller from the concert shortly after the meet-and-greet photo session and Swift's manager Frank Bell told KYGO about the alleged incident.

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

Two days after the incident on June 2, 2013, he was sacked from his $150,000-a-year job following an internal investigation conducted by Lincoln Financial Media.

Taylor Swift is in federal court in Denver for the start of jury selection in her lawsuit against Denver disc jockey David Mueller involving a groping allegation.

In addition to Swift, Mueller named her mother and a member of her team as defendants in the lawsuit.

Now, the 27-year-old is now expected to take to the stand during civil court proceedings scheduled to begin this week.

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According to CNN, Taylor Swift has filed a lawsuit against a former DJ by the name of #David Mueller claiming that he sexually assaulted her back in 2013.

Swift denied those claims as well stating in the countersuit, "Ms".

As a result, Swift and her attorneys won a big pre-trial victory over Mueller. Following Mueller's attempt to blame his superior at KYGO, a man named Eddie Haskell, documents from Swift's counter suit were emphatic that there was no doubt over who the guilty party was.

The questionnaire also asks potential jurors if they listen to KYGO, the country music station where Mueller used to work. The recording was all set to be a crucial part of the legal debate, but Mueller ended up destroying or throwing away the four electronic devices it was allegedly stored on. He says Swift then suddenly announced it was time to take the picture, forcing him to jump into the photo "at the last second". Mueller is seeking up to $3 million in damages. He was assigned to attend Swift's concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver in June 2013.

But if you're a Swift fan-or even if you're taking up for Mueller-don't expect to rock any supportive garb in the courtroom setting.

According to TMZ, 32 seats will be open to the public for those interested in the trial (the case has predictably drummed up plenty of buzz among Swift's fans and locals). Instead, he and his girlfriend were escorted out of the arena and his boss at the radio station was called, Associated Press reports.

Mueller's lawyer, Gabriel McFarland, has argued in previous hearings that he could be the victim of mistaken identity. She tried to keep the situation "discreet and quiet and confidential" and was upset by Mueller's claim that "for some reason she might have some incentive to actually fabricate this story", her attorney, Douglas Baldridge, has argued in court.

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