Taylor Swift: "My Hope is to Help Those Whose Voices Should Also Be Heard"

Four years after the backstage meet and greet that started it all, the trial involving Taylor Swift and Denver DJ David Mueller ended on Monday, when the jury found Mueller guilty of assault and battery -- and dismissed the charges of tortious interference against Swift, her mother Andrea, and a member of the singer’s management team, Frank Bell.

The jury awarded Taylor the symbolic $1 she had sued Mueller for.

 
 
 

In a statement released after the verdict, Taylor announced that she intends to donate money to multiple organizations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves. 

You can read it in full below.

 
 

Both fans and celebrities offered words of support to Taylor since the start of the trial, including Kesha, who has been dealing with her own court battle for several years. 

 
 

What do you think about Swift's victory?

 
 
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