Taylor Swift is legally off the hook. A judge in Denver has thrown out DJ David Mueller’s lawsuit against the singer, determining that he didn’t prove that Taylor was personally responsible for getting him fired after a 2013 meet and greet in which he allegedly groped the singer.
Mueller was suing Swift, her mother Andrea and her radio liaison Frank Handler for $3-million. Swift’s mother and Handler are still considered defendants in the case and their guilt or innocence will be decided by a jury.
Meanwhile, before the judge made his decision, Taylor’s former bodyguard Greg Dent testified that he did see Mueller stick his hand up the singer’s skirt. “No, I know I saw it. I don’t believe I saw it. I know I saw it,” Dent said. “When he went to put his arm around her, his hand went under her skirt.”