Taylor Swift’s Mother Wanted to ‘Vomit’ After Hearing About Alleged Groping
Taylor Swift's mother Andrea has testified in court that she was disturbed to the point of sickness after learning that her daughter was allegedly groped by DJ David Mueller while Mueller and Taylor were taking a picture together in Denver.
According to People, Andrea said she was “upset to the point of feeling like I wanted to vomit and cry at the same time" amid the 2013 incident. Mueller was fired from his job in 2015 as a result of the accusation and sued Taylor, claiming he lost his job because of slander.
"I knew there was something horribly wrong in that picture,” Andrea testified. “I know those eyes better than anybody. She was pulling away. She has that smile frozen on her face, but there’s something going on in her eyes. I just looked at it and I was sickened.”
Andrea added that Taylor was “really shaken, she was humiliated, she was horribly embarrassed because he grabbed her bare ass."
Moreover, Andrea said the family did not immediately seek police intervention because they did not want the event to "define [Taylor's] life."
“I did not want every interview from now on to have to make her include what happened to her. I did not want her to have to live through the endless memes and GIFs that tabloid media and internet trolls would come up with,” she added. “We absolutely wanted to keep this private, but we did not want him to get away with it. He sexually assaulted her.”
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