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Wonderwall Logo By Mark Gray of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 11: <p><a href="http://www.wonderwall.com/celebrity/profiles/overview/taylor-swift-406.article">Taylor Swift</a> took the stand in a Denver courtroom on Aug. 10 and accused a former radio DJ of groping her at a 2013 concert meet-and-greet. Under oath, she said David Mueller "grabbed my a-- underneath my skirt," calling it a "devious and sneaky act." "It was a definite grab, a very long grab. He stayed latched on to my bare as-- cheek as I moved away from him, visibly uncomfortable," she said, adding that "It was a very shocking thing that I have never dealt with before. After this happened, it was like a light switched off my personality." The DJ said he touched her on the ribs. The country-turned-pop star has made it clear that she doesn't want money -- she's wants to prove a point. David sued Taylor in 2015, claiming she'd falsely accused him of groping her, which in turn got him fired from his job. Taylor later countersued for assault and battery, but is only seeking $1 in damages.</p>

Taylor Swift took the stand in a Denver courtroom on Aug. 10 and accused a former radio DJ of groping her at a 2013 concert meet-and-greet. Under oath, she said David Mueller "grabbed my a-- underneath my skirt," calling it a "devious and sneaky act." "It was a definite grab, a very long grab. He stayed latched on to my bare as-- cheek as I moved away from him, visibly uncomfortable," she said, adding that "It was a very shocking thing that I have never dealt with before. After this happened, it was like a light switched off my personality." The DJ said he touched her on the ribs. The country-turned-pop star has made it clear that she doesn't want money -- she wants to prove a point. David sued Taylor in 2015, claiming she'd falsely accused him of groping her, which in turn got him fired from his job. Taylor later counter-sued for assault and battery, but is only seeking $1 in damages.

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