Swift countersued, claiming sexual assault.
"I knew she was uncomfortable".
Mueller sat alone at the plaintiff's table, appearing somber as he sipped a glass of water.
The District Judge ruled that Swift was not liable, as Mueller had not proved that she personally set out to have him fired after the 2013 photo-op.
His claim was dismissed on Friday in a Denver court. According to the judge who handled the case, William Martinez, #Taylor Swift is not guilty and not liable since Mueller can not give a sufficient evidence that Taylor has set out to get him dismissed from his job. However, Mueller denies the groping claims. But she added, "I don't have eyes in the back of my head".
Swift was very happy to hear the judge's ruling, hugging members of her legal team. "I agree his real problem is with the radio station", Martinez said. The former disc-jockey filed the complaint last Wednesday and sought a $3 million as a rightful compensation.
The pop superstar testified for about an hour on Thursday, sometimes using unflinching language in giving her account of what happened.
"A man grabbed her rear end". He stayed latched on to my bare a** cheek as I moved away from him. Her skirt went up.
During the proceedings, a former bodyguard of Taylor, Greg Dent took the witness stand to testify that he saw Mueller reached his hand under Taylor' dress at a 2013 Denver pre-concert photo-op.
Dent said he did not immediately intervene because he took his cues from Swift, who continued with the meet-and-greet session. "She told her mother, and that's it", Baldridge said.
Following Dent to the stand was Mueller's longtime friend and former co-host at KYGO-FM, Ryan Kliesch.
Mueller's lawyer Gabriel McFarland repeatedly pressed Dent on why he didn't step in.
The jury was due to return on Monday for closing arguments in the case.