Taylor Swift has been regarded as one of the most high-profile stars and celebrities in the world but her fans were clueless as to why she stayed under the radar for six months. But latest reports just confirmed that the singer will be back as she takes David Mueller who allegedly groped her during a meet-and-greet session.
When Taylor Swift was still 23 years old, a reported incident was made known to the public and it had something to do with sexually insulting the singer. It was then uncovered that David Mueller, a radio talk show host was allegedly the man who allegedly insulted the singer.
However, PEOPLE reported that it was Mueller who filed a case against Taylor Swift first claiming that he lost his job after the security team accused him of groping the butt of the singer. This certain incident happened during a meet-and-greet at the Pepsi Center held last June 2, 2013. In the same filing, David also accused another person, Eddie Haskell, as the one who assaulted the singer.
But the radio station made their independent decision after evidence was presented to them. With this, the said station decided to cut his job and service. Nevertheless, one month later, Taylor Swift countersued Mueller.
Reports claimed that Taylor Swift hit back at Mueller with a countersuit for she knows exactly who committed the sexual assault. In the aid countersuit, Swift claimed that Muller and his girlfriend were in the meet-and-greet when he reached under her skirt unintentionally then he groped an intimate part of her body. This was done in an inappropriate manner and was totally against her permission and will.
Even if there were some alternatives to settle the case, Mail Online claimed that Taylor Swift opted to go on with the countersuing as she wanted to prove a point. It was said that the singer wants to stand up for victims of sexual assault. This counterclaim will show that Muller is the perpetrator of this wrongful conduct and this will serve as an example to other women who may resist reliving same humiliating acts.
Lastly, it was also reported that Taylor Swift will be donating the money she wins from the case to charities and organizations committed to protecting women from acts of sexual assault. In this suit, the singer's mother, Andrea Swift will also take the stand with her.