(4) McFarland argued there isn't anything visibly inappropriate happening in the photo of Swift and Mueller. But Swift's mother said the police were not called for fear of publicity.
When the singer was clearly unfazed by the lawyer's approach, he attempted to appeal to her emotions asking her if she felt bad about Mueller losing his job. Coomer was the person who talked with Bell that night about what Swift said happened then relayed the information to Call.
Swift's assistants testified in depositions that as soon as the photo session ended, the singer told everyone in the room about the incident.
The BuzzFeed reporter Claudia Rosenbaum tweeted: "Mueller's attorney said, 'You could have taken a break, ' and Taylor Swift responded: 'And your client could have taken a normal photo with me'". She says she and Mueller started out as co-workers at country station KYGO and became romantically involved in February 2013.
Swift's reply: "I don't feel anything about Mr. Mueller".
Swift said that despite all the talk of the incident being merely "jostling" or "rib-touching", she's pointed out that she's experienced plenty of awkward jostling in her career and "this was not jostling".
Testimony began on Tuesday and is expected to last nine days. "He grabbed my ass underneath my skirt", Taylor narrated without hesitation. "He sexually assaulted her, this guy, who is present here".
The 27-year-old pop star was testifying for the first time to a U.S. District Court jury weighing her accusation that David Mueller grabbed her bare bottom during a pre-concert fan reception in 2013 against Mueller's assertion that she falsely accused him and then got him fired.
Pop star Taylor Swift has insisted Denver DJ David Mueller grabbed her bare backside and held on for a long time, during a whirlwind hour of testimony in a United States federal court.
(7) McFarland questioned why no one witnessed Mueller grabbing Swift's backside. I didn't want to hurt Ms.
David Mueller maintains his stance that the allegation against him is false.
Mueller denies groping Swift and sued her and her team for causing him to be fired for his job.
Following his dismissal, Mueller sued Swift for defamation, seeking $3m (£2.3 million) in damages. "It was intentional. He stayed latched onto my bare a. cheek".
The photographer at the meet-and-greet, Stephanie Simbeck, testified Thursday that she also witnessed the alleged groping.
Testimony has ended for the day in the groping case involving Taylor Swift.
Swift has testified that "it was a definite grab. I never have said anything different", she insisted. "The first couple of milliseconds I thought it must be a mistake, so I moved to the side very quickly so that his side would be removed from my ass cheek, but it didn't let go", she explained.
Testimony in Taylor Swift's lawsuit trial accusing a former Denver DJ of groping her has been delayed while the judge holds a closed hearing to discuss evidence.
Andrea Swift said she wanted to keep the encounter private because she didn't want it to define her daughter's life. The Guardian reported that Mueller later lost his job at Denver radio station, KYGO-FM and instigated the legal action and sued Taylor for $3M.