Radio host sues Taylor Swift for accusation of inappropriate touching

September 13, 2015

A former Denver, Colorado radio host has filed a lawsuit against Taylor Swift, alleging he was falsely accused of “lifting Swift’s skirt with his hand and touching her bottom.”

The incident happened prior to Swift playing the Pepsi Center on June 2, 2013. The accusation resulted in David Mueller being fired from his job.

Mueller worked for KYGO-FM, in Denver, Colorado and says the accusation came after he and his girlfriend met Swift and took a picture with her.

He reports that he then shook Swift’s hand and left the photo area, but that he and his girlfriend were approached by Swift’s bodyguards a short time later and were removed from the venue. His lawsuit says he was fired from his job two days later.

Mueller, who has worked in radio for 20 years, denies inappropriate touching. The Denver Post has reported he has been banned for life from Swift’s shows. Swift has not commented on the lawsuit.

Mueller went by the name ‘Jackson’ on the ‘Ryno and Jackson’ morning show on KYGO-FM, where he says his base annual salary was $150,000 (£97,000). He has requested a jury trial.



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