Jury Rules In Favor Of Taylor Swift In Groping Case

Former radio DJ David Mueller will have to pay Swift $1.

Jury Rules In Favor Of Taylor Swift In Groping Case Taylor Swift performs during her 1989 World Tour in Sydney, Australia.   Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images

A jury has ruled in favor of Taylor Swift in the civil case she brought against former radio DJ David Mueller. Swift accused Mueller of groping her during a meet-and-greet in June of 2013.

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The jury reportedly deliberated for almost four hours before coming to their verdict. Mueller will be required to pay $1 in damages to Swift.

Mueller had sued Swift, her mother Andrea Swift, and his former boss Frank Bell in 2015 for allegedly pressuring KYGO radio to fire him after Swift reported the alleged assault.

Swift was dismissed as a defendant in Mueller's case on Friday. Swift's mother and Bell were found not liable for tortious interference.

August 14, 2017
Jury Rules In Favor Of Taylor Swift In Groping Case