Judge gives vindication in Taylor Swift groping case

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(WTVY) UPDATED: August 14, 11:08 p.m.

There was vindication for Taylor Swift today.
She won her lawsuit against a former radio host she accused of groping her during a meet-and-greet after a concert four years ago.
The jury agreed that swift was assaulted and awarded her the symbolic $1.00 she was asking for.
During closing arguments, her attorney said Swift only wanted a dollar because she had no desire to bankrupt the DJ but to send a message that "no means no."
Swift said she will be making donations in the near future to multiple organizations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves.

A judge has sent the jury home for the weekend in the groping trial of Taylor Swift.
Swift says David Mueller groped her while they were taking a photo together during a "meet and greet" in 2013.
He says this cost him his radio job.
Swift's attorney argued that Mueller failed to prove the pop star got him fired.
The Defense decided not to call any witnesses and testimonies ended today.
The judge told the jury to return Monday at 9:30 for closing arguments and instructions.
Swift has counter-sued Mueller.

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