The judge in the groping case has dismissed the former Denver dj's case against Taylor Swift. David Mueller was suing Taylor Swift for 3 million dollars after losing his job. He was fired after Taylor's management told his radio employers that he grabbed her behind during a photoshoot.
Judge William Martinez said Mueller didn't have enough evidence to prove Taylor got him fired. People in the courtroom said Swift was emotional when she heard the judge's decision.
This comes a day after the star took the stand and fiercely defended herself and was very frank about what happened to her that night of the meet and greet in 2013.
"This was not jostling," Swift said. "He did not touch my rib. He did not touch my arm. ... He grabbed my bare ass."
“He stayed latched on my bare ass cheek as I lurched away from him, visibly, uncomfortably."
Mueller claims he didn't touch her inappropriately. He told the court his “hand came into contact with a part of her body … what seemed to be a ribcage or ribs.”
Her bodyguard testified Friday, "I know she wasn't comfortable with it, that's why she moved, pushed (her) skirt down and moved closer to the woman."
Former 107-5 The River afternoon host "Ryno" (above), who was Mueller's co-host on KYGO also took the stand. When questioned, he told jurors he had no knowledge of Mueller ever touching anyone inappropriately.
The suit continues, for now, against Taylor's mom and her manager Frank Bell.