Singer Taylor Swift and the radio DJ who allegedly groped the star while they were taking a photo together, has emerged, even though a there was a court order to keep it private.
The creepy photo, which was taken at a meet-and-greet event in Denver back in 2013, showed Disk Jockey David Mueller reaching his arm behind Swift, who was standing beside him in a photo pose. His hand of course looked to be in a suspiciously low position. Although his hand is not visible, it really looked like it was right on her butt.
Claiming innocence Mueller sued Swift for slandering him, and also accused her of getting him fired from his Colorado country music station job.
But she Swiftly countersued him, stating clearly that Mueller “reached up under” her skirt and grabbed her behind while they were posing for a photo together.
Strangely, the shamed DJ blamed the assault on a co-worker of his, claiming he was falsely accused.
“As soon as he grabbed my... I became shocked and withdrawn and was barely able to say, "Thanks for coming," which is what I say to everybody,” Swift narrated during a deposition, according to a report by Daily Mail.
“I was barely able to get words out, and it was like somebody switched the lights off in my personality. So it was pretty quick that he was gone after that.”
The country singer also revealed that after the incident she didn't tell her staff, because the incident was so traumatic she just wanted it and him gone.
And she refrained from saying anything at the moment if the grope, because anything she said will be in the press in minutes and will probably be twisted out of context.