Taylor Swift: DJ accused of 'groping' singer has lawsuit against star dismissed

A sketch of Taylor Swift and her attorneys in Denver Federal Court with plaintiff David Mueller during the Swift groping trial in Denver

A sketch of Taylor Swift and her attorneys in Denver Federal Court with plaintiff David Mueller during the Swift groping trial in Denver

Taylor Swift is no longer a defendant after the judge dismissed the lawsuit filed by the former DJ, #David Mueller.

Mueller said that Swift and her team "pressured station management to oust him from his $150,000-per-year job". The former disc-jockey filed the complaint last Wednesday and sought a $3 million as a rightful compensation. Swift counter sued for a symbolic $1, as she did not want to profit off the case.

A security guard for Swift, Greg Dent, took the stand Friday in Denver federal court.

DJ David Mueller had been suing Swift on the basis her claims he had sexually assaulted her had cost him his "dream job" but a judge ruled the singer could not be held liable as Mueller failed to prove she personally set out to have him fired.

Taylor Swift's allegation that a former morning radio host reached under her skirt and grabbed her backside during a photo session is bringing attention to a common but largely hidden outrage for many women.

Moreover, Mueller also sued Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, and her radio handler, Frank Bell, on the same allegations. Mueller is said to have groped Swift during a photo-op at a concert in 2013. Furthermore, the case will continue its hearing on arguments on Taylor Swift's countersuit against Mueller this coming Monday. According to him, he was positioned to Taylor's side during the picture-taking, that is why he clearly saw what the DJ did. Mueller testified he did not grope Swift.