Taylor's groping case: Judge ruled out the former DJ

A sketch of Taylor Swift and her attorneys in Denver Federal Court with plaintiff David Mueller during the Swift groping trial in Denver

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A Denver Radio host who tried to sue Taylor Swift for millions of dollars after she accused him of "groping" her has had his lawsuit against the star dismissed.

The trial took place in Denver, Colorado after former radio DJ David Mueller sued the "Bad Blood" hit maker and her crew for up to $3 million in total damages, claiming that he lost his job because Swift personally orchestrated for him to be fired.

The "Shake It Off" hitmaker countersued the DJ for allegedly groping her after she agreed to pose for a photo with him and his girlfriend.

The alleged assault occurred in 2013 during a Denver stopover on the singer's Red tour. Swift counter sued for a symbolic $1, as she did not want to profit off the case.

"It was a definite grab".

Speaking in court on Thursday she said: "He stayed attached to my bare ass-cheek as I lurched away from him". Swift is countersuing Mueller and alleges assault. She also said that she was doing this as an example for young victims of sexual assault around the world. She got a laugh when she said her security guard saw Mueller "lift my skirt" but someone would have had to have been underneath her to see the actual groping " "and we didn't have anyone positioned there".

Taylor Swift is no longer a defendant after the judge dismissed the lawsuit filed by the former DJ, #David Mueller.

Andrea said that she felt like throwing up when she heard about the assault.

In the image, shown to jurors during opening statements but not publicly released, Mueller's hand is behind Swift, just below her waist.

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