Taylor Swift's snarky comebacks during her trial are iconic

Taylor Swift's snarky comebacks during her trial are iconic

Swift's testimony was "sharp, gutsy and satisfying", said Slate magazine's Christina Cauterucci. In the end, the decision is up to the jury and we can't see it being an easy one.

Swift's attorney attacked the credibility of former Denver DJ David Mueller on Tuesday, asking why a woman who reports an assault would then get sued.

Taylor Swift has delivered an emotional testimoney after taking to the stand in a trial against a radio DJ who she has accused of assaulting her.

Coomer said he first heard about Mueller's claim two years after Mueller was sacked from KYGO. Austin Swift, the pop star's younger brother, arrived to court via the main entrance on Thursday, marking his first appearance at the trial.

After the alleged assault occurred, the pop star looked back at Simbeck's photo and identified Mueller as the offender.

The singer is suing Mr Mueller for the sum of one dollar over the alleged assault, which he denies.

Bell said it appeared so.

Taylor denied his accusations, saying in her deposition to the court: "It was not an accident, it was completely intentional, and I have never been so sure of anything in my life".

Swift, who wore a short-sleeved floral print dress, was in combative form as she was questioned for around an hour, occasionally rebuking Mueller's attorney for his line of inquiry. She tried to move away, she said, but "he would not let go".

"I did not want every interview from now on to have to make her include what happened to her. I had a good reputation in radio and I would like to get it back". It also dealt with his past.

David Mueller is radio DJ who has reportedly worked in the industry for 20 years.

He was also terminated from a job in Kansas City, according to the testimony. Swift is countersuing for just $1. While he admits what they said might have made things hard for him, he didn't go as far as to say he sabotaged himself. She felt sick, she recalled what happened and said, "I was very upset ..."

He was sacked from his $150,000-a-year "dream job" at country station KYGO-FM after Swift's team reported the alleged assault to his boss.

Taylor Swift says a security guard working for her witnessed her being groped by a former radio host ahead of her 2013 concert in Denver.

Instead, they thought the appropriate course of action was reaching out to Mueller's employer.

Swift has offered in evidence a picture of the photo shoot, which was leaked previous year, but has been sealed from public view by the court. "We absolutely wanted to keep this private, but we did not want him to get away with it".

Swift is regularly criticized for seeking publicity, whether it's through her relationships or her various feuds, and some - like Mueller - have questioned her motivations in this case.

McFarland asked what it was about the photograph that made Call decide to fire Mueller.

A former disc jockey accused of groping Taylor Swift has taken the stand again in Denver federal court as testimony resumes in his legal battle with the singer-songwriter.

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