Taylor Swift gives justification in groping case

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US thespian Taylor Swift has described in justice the moment she says she was groped by radio DJ David Mueller during a meet and greet.

“It was a clear grab. A very prolonged grab,” pronounced the 27-year-old, who is suing Mr Mueller, 55, over the purported incident, which he denies.

“It was intentional,” she told the justice in Denver, Colorado.

“I felt him squeeze on to my donkey impertinence under my skirt. He grabbed my donkey underneath my skirt.”

The singer, who was responding to questions from Mr Mueller’s lawyer, added: “He stayed latched on to my unclothed donkey impertinence as we lurched divided from him. [His hand] didn’t let go.

“It was a very intolerable thing. we had never dealt with something like this before.”

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Swift (left in the justice sketch) pronounced it was “shocking”

The purported attack is pronounced to have occurred in 2013, during a Denver stopover on Taylor Swift’s Red tour. Mr Mueller, then a horde on the top-rated radio hire KYGO, had been invited to meet her before the show.

Ms Swift complained to KYGO and the hire fired Mr Mueller two days later.

Mr Mueller sued the singer, observant that Ms Swift’s claim cost him his job. She countersued one month later, describing the groping occurrence as “completely intentional”.

When Mr Mueller’s lawyer, Gabriel McFarland, asked because her bodyguard did not meddle when the purported occurrence happened, she said: “No-one could have approaching this to happen… It had never happened before. It was offensive and shocking.”

She also deserted the arrogance that she misidentified Mr Mueller, saying: “I’m not going to concede you or your client to contend we am to blame.”

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Andrea Swift says her “trust was shattered” by the incident

The 55-year-old denies any inapt behaviour. Earlier in court, when asked if he had grabbed her, he said: “No, we did not.”

Ms Swift took the mount the day after her mom gave her testimony and described how she wanted to “vomit and cry” when her daughter told her about the purported incident.

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