Taylor Swift Testifies Alleged Grope Was 'Shocking'

Taylor Swift said Thursday her encounter with former radio host David Mueller was “despicable and horrifying and shocking.”

The country-pop superstar took the stand in a Denver courtroom to testify that Mueller groped her while they posed for a photo during a backstage meet-and-greet in 2013.

Swift said Mueller reached his hand under her skirt and “stayed attached to my bare a**-cheek as I lurched away from him.

“It was a definite grab. A very long grab.”

Mueller sued Swift for defamation, claiming she cost him his job at a country radio station. Swift countersued Mueller, alleging sexual assault. He’s seeking $3 million U.S. and she’s seeking a symbolic $1.

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According to reporting, Swift testified for an hour on Thursday. She said his firing had nothing to do with her.

“I’m being blamed for the unfortunate events of his life that are a product of his decisions, not mine,” said Swift.

Asked if Mueller deserved to lose his job over the alleged incident, Swift replied: “I don’t feel anything about Mr. Mueller. I don’t know him. … I think what he did was despicable and horrifying and shocking.”

Earlier in the trial, Mueller testified that the photo op was “weird and awkward” but denied touching her buttocks.

Swift said her security guard Greg Dent saw Mueller life her skirt but said someone would have had to be underneath her to witness the grope — “and we didn’t have anyone positioned there.”

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