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Taylor Swift Let Loose From DJ Lawsuit

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A judge ruled Friday evening, Taylor Swift is no longer a defendant in a lawsuit brought by a former DJ in Colorado who says her allegation that he groped her led to his firing. The federal suit was brought by ex-DJ David Mueller. It will continue with just the singer's mother, Andrea Swift, and radio promotions director, Frank Bell, as defendants. Beginning Monday morning, a jury will hear closing arguments in the case and in Taylor Swift's countersuit against Mueller.

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