Taylor Swift expected to testify in groping case in Denver
Pop singer Taylor Swift is expected to comment on her claim to Colorado radio.
The jury trial in civil cases is scheduled for Monday and lasts for almost two weeks. Judicial documents say neither is likely to resolve.
Swift said David Mueller picked it up in June 2013 when she visited the Pepsi Center in Denmark.
Swift said she and her support team did not immediately call the police station. Instead, they call their boss. The radio interviewed Miller and fired him two days later.
Mueller denied that he had been in contact with Swift on her hips and received compensation of $ 3 million for damages due to the loss of work on KYGO National Radio to sue the singer’s composer.
Swift is dismissing Mueller, seeking $ 1, and ruling him responsible.