Judge tosses radio DJ's claim that Taylor Swift got him fired

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When Mr Mueller's lawyer, Gabriel McFarland, asked why her bodyguard did not interfere when the alleged incident happened, the pop star said: "No-one could have expected this to happen".

He was sacked from his job after the radio company learned of the alleged groping incident during a photo opportunity at the concert that happened back in 2013.

Mr Mueller, 55, originally sued the pop star for $3m (£2.3m), saying she cost him his job.

Swift said that she didn't say anything at that time because she was so intimidatingly shocked, and didn't take the issue to court before being sued because she didn't want it to define her career.

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".

The DJ also made claims against the singer's mother Andrea Swift, and her radio liaison, Frank Bell.

She testified she first mentioned the incident about 15 minutes later to her photographer, Stephanie Simbeck. He was seeking $3 million in lost wages and future income from Swift.

Mr Mueller, then a host on the radio station KYGO, had been invited to meet her before the show.

"It was a definite grab - a very long grab". She also said that no one else could have groped her.

She said she would not have needed the photo to remember Mueller. However, Mueller denies the groping claims. The jury stated that Mueller's camp should present sufficient evidence to prove that the singer really damaged his reputation After the decision, Swift's camp smiled and embraced each other, according to the report. The line drew laughs from the audience in the courtroom.

Mr Mueller's ex-girlfriend who was also in the photo, Shannon Melcher, also testified on Friday.

Mueller testified his hand was touching Swift's skirt after he put his arm around her and their arms got crossed: "My hand was at rib-cage level and apparently it went down". As court trials are held, the statements of both parties are being heard.