The â€˜Shake it Offâ€™ singer is not keeping her cool as she testified in court recently over the countersuit she filed against a Denver DJ who groped her in 2013 at an event. The DJ, David Mueller who was formerly a radio host at Denver radio station KYGO filed a suit against Taylor Swift in 2015, accusing her of making his employer fire him after she reported that he grabbed her buttocks during a photograph session. He further accused her of costing him his career in the entertainment industry. But the fiery singer will not have any of his sentiments.
â€œIâ€™m being blamed for the unfortunate events of his life that are a product of his decisions. Not mine,â€ she told the jury during a hearing.
In her countersuit, she accused Mueller of battery and assault. She said that Mueller and his girlfriend at the time had been drinking because he was talking loudly and she was laughing often. The next thing she realized Mueller grabbed her buttocks. She tried to push him away but he held on and she couldnâ€™t act violently because it was a meet-and-greet with her fans.
Mueller denied and said he had merely touched her ribs but Swift maintained her position that he had grabbed her buttocks.
â€œHe did not touch my ribs. He did not touch my arm. He did not touch my hand. He grabbed my bare ass.â€
When asked by Muellerâ€™s lawyer Mc Farland why the hem of her skirt does not appear to be pushed up in the front a photograph she took with Mueller, she replied, â€œBecause my ass is located on the back of my body.â€
The hearing is still ongoing.
Prince William, Prince Harry will feature in Princess Diana Documentary
For the first time, the sons of late Princess Diana will be featured in a new documentary about her tragic death. Titled â€˜Diana, 7 Daysâ€™, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry will sit down on camera to discuss the days following their motherâ€™s death.
â€œPart of the reason why Harry and I want to do this is because we feel we owe it to her. I think an element of it is feeling like we let her down when we were younger. We couldnâ€™t protect her. We feel we at least owe her 20 years on to stand up for her name and remind everybody of the character and person that she was. Do our duties as sons in protecting her,â€ said Prince William in a statement released by NBC.
The network will air a two hour examination of the tumultuous week following the death of Diana, specifically how it impacted her sons and the role they played in helping their country mourn in the aftermath. The documentary is set to air in September in commemoration of 20 year anniversary of her death. The documentary will also feature interviews with family, close friends, political figures and journalists.