‘Evidence’ Exists That Radio DJ Grabbed Taylor Swift’s Ass, Representative Says

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Last week,  KYGO disc jockey David Mueller sued Taylor Swift and her management group after being accused of grabbing, groping or otherwise inappropriately touching Taylor Swift’s ass at a Denver show in 2013.  Mueller was initially accused of the trespass at the show, kicked out by security, and subsequently fired.

The only problem is that Mueller may be totally innocent.

“The contention that Mr. Mueller lifted up Ms. Swift’s skirt and grabbed her bottom, while standing with his girlfriend, in front of Ms. Swift’s photographer and Ms. Swift’s highly trained security personnel, during a company sponsored, VIP, backstage meet-and-greet, is nonsense, particularly given that Ms. Swift’s skirt is in place and is not being lifted by Mr. Mueller’s hand in the photograph,” the complaint stated.

Mueller, known by his deejay name ‘Jackson,’ even passed a polygraph test to demonstrate his innocence, according to the filing.  Swift has not done the same.

That photograph remains unpublished but may be critical to this case, especially since damages could cross into the millions.  Whether the ass-grab occurred in another situation is unclear, though the accusation appears to be focused on a photograph  taken of Mueller, Mueller’s girlfriend, and Taylor Swift.  According to the filings, that appears to be the only time that Mueller was in close physical proximity of Swift, though a representative of the camp now says hard evidence exists of a violation.

“The radio station was given evidence immediately after the incident. They made their independent decision,” Swift’s spokeswoman Tree Paine told CNN.

Nothing further details on this piece of evidence was supplied.

More details as they surface.


5 Responses

  1. Denise

    I wish DMN would include both sides to a story like this. Clearly this guy is after money. When a woman says a man groped her, most likely it is true. Why would someone like Taylor Swift make something like this up anyway. Also, if she didn’t want the guy employed because maybe he even looked at her a strange way, she has the right to fire him. Good for you Taylor Swift!

    • Paul Resnikoff

      That doesn’t quite sound right. If this person didn’t grope Taylor Swift, then why is he suffering damages as a result of something he didn’t do? If he did commit the act, then the court process should determine that. So far, I’ve seen no concrete evidence that he actually did it.

      I’ve read the case, and frankly it sounds as if another individual may have been the culprit. But why don’t we let justice prevail?

    • Huh?

      He didn’t work for Taylor Swift. He’s a radio DJ, and she supposedly got him fired from his job after the alleged butt-groping. That’s what he’s suing for.