Taylor Swift attorney Douglas Baldridge speaks to the media after the verdict came in at Denver Federal Court in the Taylor Swift groping trial in Denver U.S. August 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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Immediately after a jury determined that Taylor Swift had been groped by a radio station host before a concert in Denver, the singer-songwriter turned to one of her closest allies -- her mother -- and later said she hoped the verdict would inspire other victims of sexual assault.Swift hugged her crying mother after the six-woman, two-man jury said in U.S. District Court on Monday that former Denver DJ David Mueller had groped the pop star during a photo op four years ago. Mueller's then-girlfriend is standing on the other side of Swift.Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, testified that she asked radio liaison Frank Bell to call Mueller's employers.On Friday, U.S. District Judge William Martinez dismissed similar claims against Taylor Swift, ruling Mueller's team failed to offer evidence that the then-23-year-old superstar did anything more than report the incident to her team, including her mother.
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