Celebrities Weigh In On Taylor Swift's Trial On Twitter

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 13, 2017

Swift used the word "ass" dozens of times on the witness stand as she told jurors that David Mueller reached under her skirt during a meet-and-greet photo op in 2013.

A jury will hear closing arguments in the case and in Taylor Swift's countersuit against Mueller beginning Monday morning.

Four years after Taylor Swift accused a radio station DJ of groping her before a concert in Denver, the pop superstar told her story in sometimes unflinching language and called the encounter despicable, horrifying and shocking. The former disc-jockey filed the complaint last Wednesday and sought a $3 million as a rightful compensation.

Swift's attorney Doug Baldridge had argued there was no evidence the singer herself took any action that harmed Mueller. After she reached down, she found a man's hand on her butt.

Earlier this week, Swift and her mother, Andrea, testified in front of the court.

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The "Shake It Off" hitmaker countersued the DJ for allegedly groping her after she agreed to pose for a photo with him and his girlfriend. "I was visibly uncomfortable", Swift said, according to an Us Weekly reporter who was in the courtroom on Thursday.

Mueller's lawyer Gabriel McFarland repeatedly pressed Dent on why he didn't step in.

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".

Swift has said she will donate any damages awarded in her suit to charities that fight sexual assault on women.

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