Taylor's groping case: Judge ruled out the former DJ

A sketch of Taylor Swift and her attorneys in Denver Federal Court with plaintiff David Mueller during the Swift groping trial in Denver

Taylor's groping case: Judge ruled out the former DJ

However, Mueller denies the groping claims. "I agree his real problem is with the radio station", Martinez said.

After the allegations came to light, Mueller reportedly lost his job and then sued Swift for $3 million, alleging her complaint led to his unfair dismissal. When she finished meeting her fans, Dent said, Swift told her staff about the groping.

The singer's mother, Andrea Swift, and Frank Bell, her radio manager who contacted the station about the incident, work for Swift's management company, 13 Management LLC.

Earlier Friday, Swift's former bodyguard testified that he witnessed the pop star's skirt being flipped up as she posed for a photo with Mueller and his girlfriend.

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The Grammy-winning artist known for such hits as "Fearless" and "I Knew Your Were Trouble" reacted to the decision with tears of joy, embracing members of her legal team and family members with bear hugs in the courtroom. "I know from that moment she was not comfortable with the picture taking, that is why she moved closer to Mueller's girlfriend and pushed her dress down", he said. He repeatedly answered "no" when asked by McFarland if he had ever seen Mueller disrespect, demean, condescend or act inappropriately toward women.

During the proceedings, a former bodyguard of Taylor, Greg Dent took the witness stand to testify that he saw Mueller reached his hand under Taylor' dress at a 2013 Denver pre-concert photo-op.

Dent, who stopped working with Swift after the 2013 tour, said the singer often allowed appropriate contact with fans in such meet-and-greet sessions, adding that he felt "she was far too friendly".

A jury will hear closing arguments in the case and in Taylor Swift's countersuit against Mueller beginning Monday morning. Mueller is seeking up to $3 million worth of damages as compensation for his ruined career.

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