"Let's be clear about something from the onset - inappropriate touching is offensive, it's wrong and should never be tolerated", Mueller's lawyer, Gabriel McFarland, told jurors.
On Friday, Ms Swift's lawyers asked the judge to throw out the case against the pop star, arguing that she did not instruct the radio station to fire Mr Mueller. "A very long grab". RM4.30) in damages. She maintains that she "did not instruct or otherwise encourage Mueller to be fired".
On Wednesday, Mueller, 55, testified that he was sacked from two previous jobs as well, according to the Denver Post. "It was just destroying her that she said that". They drifted apart late in 2013, but Melchor says they remained friends.
Mueller sued Swift, seeking up to $3 million because he was sacked after Swift accused him of groping her.
When it was suggested that Swift should be more critical of her bodyguard for not having intervened during the alleged incident.
Though Mueller did not appear to pose Swift any danger, Dent said, "I thought it was a violation of her body". "I had never dealt with something like this before".
In the picture, the trio stand side-by-side and David's right hand is hidden behind the musician.
He described a long and close personal and professional relationship with Mueller.
The attorney pointed out that his client intentionally did not go public with what happened, adding it was Mueller's own actions that cost him his job at Denver station KYGO.
When Taylor Swift took the stand on day 4 of the countersuit trial, she began to relate her take on the sordid incident at the Denver Pepsi Center in 2013, in which she alleges that David Mueller touched her inappropriately in a meet-and-greet backstage during one of her concerts.
People reported that Swift was also asked if she has watched police procedural shows. Haskell, whose real name is Hershel Coomer, was the person who talked with Bell that night about what Swift said happened then relayed the information to Call.
He says the photo shows Swift trying to move away from Mueller.
Swift repeatedly said no one else could have groped her.
The questioning became abrasive at times, Swift reportedly remained resolute in her account of the event.
A courtroom sketch of Taylor Swift taking the stand.
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The Swift vs. Mueller trial was held at the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse in Denver, where Taylor was accompanied in the proceedings by her mother Andrea. She countersued, accusing him of assault and battery.
Mueller gave evidence on Tuesday, saying he may have touched Swift's ribs with a closed hand as he tried to jump into a photo with her but insisted he did not touch her bottom, as she claims.
The former radio host's team said that Mueller did not grope Swift; if anything, she might have felt the usual "jostling" for a photo, they said.
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