Taylor Swift Is Expected to Testify in Court About Her Claim She Was Sexually Assaulted in 2013

UNITED NEWS INTERNATIONAL (UNI) — U.S. music artist Taylor Swift is expected to testify in court about her claim that she was sexually assaulted during a 2013 backstage meet and greet.

The court date is set for Monday, Aug. 7.

Swift claims during the meet and greet, Colorado radio host, David Mueller, reached up her skirt and groped her bum.

Mueller has always denied the allegations, however he was fired from his radio station after Swift’s manager complained about the alleged assault.

The case started in 2015, when Mueller filed a lawsuit against Swift for $3 million. He blames her for loss of income and damaging his reputation.

Swift countersued Mueller for just $1. She wants the radio presenter to take responsibility for the alleged behavior.

Both Swift and Mueller are expected to appear in court on Monday, and a 12 member jury will have to come to a unanimous decision on each count.