FUSS" post went on to outline some points he feels anyone making accusations toward MUELLER should be aware of, including: "DAVID MUELLER was not "convicted" of sexual assault.
Delta Radio CEO Larry Fuss does not believe the 2013 allegations holding Mueller accountable for sexually assaulting Swift during a meet-and-greet photo session and has hired the DJ on country music station KIX, The Washington Post noted.
The DJ who Taylor Swift said groped her was welcomed to his new radio station job with a bomb threat. She demanded Mueller pay her a symbolic $1. Fuss says the hiring decision was also "maybe a tiny bit" about publicity.
The Greenwood newspaper reported that Delta Radio has received complaints from Taylor Swift fan groups from as far away as Sweden and Saudi Arabia.
In his new role Mueller hosts the morning show "Jackson and Jonbob" under the pseudonym "Jackson".
During Mueller's first week at his new job, someone e-mailed a bomb threat to KIX 92.7, forcing the station to evacuate the building.
"I sat down with him face-to-face in Minneapolis before I offered him the job and talked to him about it", Fuss told the New York Daily News in a phone interview. For over a decade he has been known as "JACKSON.' We jokingly referred to him as STONEWALL JACKSON, but he has not, and will not use that name on air; he's simply 'JACKSON'". "I tend to believe his version of the story and most people who have talked to him face-to-face do believe his version of the story", said Fuss.
Since the hiring, infuriated Taylor Swift fans have reportedly flooded WMYQ-FM's Facebook page with spiteful comments.