Taylor Swift sends flowers to groping trial well-wishers

Taylor Swift sends flowers to groping trial well-wishers

Kandyba would also like you to know that his job isn't easy: "I'm probably sitting 35 feet away from her looking through binoculars - and if you've ever tried to draw anything looking through binoculars, it's not the easiest thing in the world. As I said in the closing [argument], that dollar, that single dollar, is of immeasurable value in this ever going fight to figure out where the lines are, what's right and what's wrong", he told the press.

A jury has ruled in favour of Taylor Swift in her counter suit against former radio DJ David Mueller for alleged assault and battery, CNN reports.

Kesha, who has also experienced the scowl of the public in a trial against Dr. Luke, said that she admires the singer's strength and fearlessness and that she has her support all the way through.

Nancy Leong, a law professor at the University of Denver, said the verdict is important because "we are getting to the point in society that women are believed in court". She countersued him for the princely sum of $1, saying that it was about the principle and that she was standing against sexual assault. She had the guy escorted off the premises quietly and quietly gave proof of what happened to the guy's employer and she went on with the meet and greet because other fans, who weren't there to assault her, deserved to get what they came for, which was to meet Taylor Swift.

"It was a definite grab".

Taylor Swift sends flowers to groping trial well-wishers

The "Shake If Off" singer has been a long admirer of the actress, even naming her beloved cat Det.

That photo was virtually the only evidence besides the testimony. When Mueller's attorney asked whether Swift was critical of her bodyguard for not interfering if Mueller had really reached under her skirt, Swift answered, "I'm critical of your client sticking his hand under my skirt and grabbing my ass".

Hopefully, Tegan's story will encourage other women to speak out if they've been harassed or abused, because there's nothing to be ashamed of.

Still other comments said why did she still take the photo and continue on with the meet and greet?

"We absolutely wanted to keep it private. And I can take that and possibly convince someone at a radio station to hire me", Mueller said. His lawsuit was thrown out of court last week, and yesterday, the Jury also rejected the similar claims he made against Taylor Swift's mum Andrea Swift and Frank Bell.



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