DENVER — Pop star Taylor Swift appeared in court in Denver to face a former radio disc jockey accused of touching her inappropriately.
The trial comes four years after former 98.5 KYGO DJ David Mueller allegedly grabbed Swift from behind during a meet-and-greet before a concert at the Pepsi Center.
Mueller said the accusation cost him his job and he filed a lawsuit against Swift to recuperate his lost income.
Swift filed a countersuit, claiming assault and battery.
In pretrial documents, Swift stated she is “absolutely certain of what Mueller did,” and it was “not an accident.”
Swift also stated she never directed anyone to have Mueller fired.
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