Taylor Swift Wins Sexual Assault Case Against DJ, Awarded Symbolic $1

High Profile Case Could Spark Change In Sexual Assault Victims

High Profile Case Could Spark Change In Sexual Assault Victims

Hargitay, whose mother was Jayne Mansfield, has even made a cameo on stage during one of Taylor's 1989 Tour shows.

In spite of this, the jury favored Swift in her $1 countersuit against Mueller. I never grabbed her.

The jury rejected Mueller's claims that members of Swift's management team had gotten him fired from his "dream job" at a local radio station by making false accusations.

"What she did on the stand is to help people realize the gravity, that touching someone against their will, is a big deal", he said.

"So seeing someone that they respect, that they identify with [state they've been assaulted], has a big impact", he said. "For many decades and centuries, that was not the case".

A spokesman at Craftsy said they are "absolutely thrilled". I don't listen to either of them. Her brother, Austin Swift, left the courthouse and did not address the group of reporters. "She was honest. The language she used was raw".

But she said she immediately went to her photographer after the meet-and-greet ended and found the photo of her with Mueller, telling the photographer what happened.

Mueller's lawyer, Gabe McFarland, did not immediately reply to a request for comment. Whether his hand is under her skirt, you can't really tell. "What were you wearing?"

Last Friday, the judge dismissed Mueller's case against Swift due to a lack of evidence that Swift acted inappropriately. "Your belief in yourself isn't a protective shield to someone's inappropriate conduct", Ms Goss Graves said.

Canadian pop duo Tegan and Sara heard her loud and clear. Singer Nelly Furtado also praised Swift for "fighting 4 women's safety in the workplace".

Earlier this week, a jury ruled in favour of Swift in trial in which she claimed radio DJ David Mueller 'grabbed her bare ass' during a photo shoot.

The singer added, "I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormous cost of defending myself in a trial like this". "My hope is to help those whose voices should also be heard".

Swift previously stated she will donate any proceeds she's awarded to charities that protect women from sexual assault. Some of the messages read, "Haterz gonna hate", a line from Swift's 2014 hit "Shake It Off", and "People throw rocks at things that shine", from her 2010 single "Ours". "I think that will encourage others to come forward".

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