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This week saw the beginning of what the internet has mostly referred to as simply “the Taylor Swift groping trial.” The pop megastar is facing off in court against former radio DJ David Mueller in a trial that’s generated feverish press coverage — especially after Swift’s firm, uncompromising, and extremely quotable testimony on Thursday.And throughout, the trial has become a telling illustration of how we think about women’s bodies and who is entitled to them.In 2013, the then-23-year-old Taylor Swift was in the midst of her Red Tour.Before a concert in Denver on June 2 of that year, she hosted a meet-and-greet for fans.The Empire actress went on to explain that a discussion with her therapist at the time led to her suggesting telemarketing, but Gabourey writes all she heard was 'sex worker'.She then landed an interview at a phone sex office, which she describes as surprisingly 'normal-looking'.'We learned that phone sex isn’t about getting the caller off; it’s about stalling so you can make money,' she confesses.The basis for Mueller's suit stemmed from the money he was making prior to being fired—reportedly around 0,000 base salary, plus various bonuses—and his belief he had not touched Swift inappropriately at any time."Mueller steadfastly maintains that no inappropriate contact of any kind occurred between him and Ms. He also insisted other business opportunities were taken away from him as a result of Swift's allegations against him.
It's not often you see a person of Swift's stature in the courtroom, let alone testifying, so the whole thing is being turned into quite a disturbing spectacle.'It was completely intentional, I've never been so sure of anything in my life.'Although Mueller lost his radio DJ job due to the allegations, he has maintained his innocence and claimed he is being wrongfully accused.