Taylor Swift is sticking to her guns and is not letting David Mueller get away with apparently grabbing her ass.
In 2013, Mueller allegedly reached under Taylor's skirt and grabbed her ass backstage at her Denver concert during a photo opportunity.
The bizarre thing about all of this was that Mueller's girlfriend was part of the same photo, and Taylor's security was not impressed when they heard what went down.
Mueller said he was thrown out of the venue and later fired from his radio job in the aftermath of it. Losing a $120,000 a year job is not something anyone wants to go through.
It could be pretty catastrophic financially.
In Mueller's defense, he claimed that he later bumped into a co-worker, who was talking about grabbing Taylor's butt. Was it a case of mistaken identity?
We have no idea.
Last year, Mueller announced that he was suing Swift because he was not the notorious ass grabber he was made out to be by everyone.
He was pissed that this had cost him his job and his reputation, and felt like he was unfairly treated. Now, it would be horrible if it did all turn out to be a case of mistaken identity, because, well, his career is in tatters due to this incident.
However, Taylor got wind of the lawsuit and decided to countersue, and according to documents, she was definite Mueller was the perpetrator.
In legal documents acquired by Billboard, Taylor said she felt "violated" at the sickening act.
Taylor tried to get the pictures out of the public eye, but a judge dismissed all of this, leaving the picture out there on the internet.
Around that time, details of Taylor's deposition were released.
“Right as the moment came for us to pose for the photo, he took his hand and put it up my dress and grabbed onto my ass cheek and no matter how much I scooted over it was still there,” Swift said in the deposition, adding: "It was completely intentional, I’ve never been so sure of anything in my life."
Taylor also claimed via the documents that the damages should be assessed by a judge and that she would be donating the proceeds to women's charities.
Now, Taylor has achieved a small victory in the case with the judge ruling that the 1-year statute of limitations had long since passed when Mueller filed it in 2016.
The rest of Mueller's lawsuit, however, will move forward against Taylor.
Grab the popcorn, you guys! This is far from over.