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Taylor Swift seen boarding private jet, leaving Denver



  • Taylor Swift could be seen boarding her private jet on Friday
  • Believed she was flying from Denver, Colorado, to her home in Nashville, Tennessee
  • She had just finished the last day of a grueling five-day hearing where a judge dismissed the DJ's 'groping' lawsuit against her, saying he can't prove that her claims got him fired from a radio station 
  • Swift's brother, Austin, was seen taking selfies with fans before he too boarded a separate private jet along with the singer's PR, Tree Paine 

By Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

Published: 13:47 EDT, 12 August 2017 | Updated: 15:42 EDT, 12 August 2017

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Taylor Swift was spotted leaving Denver after a judge dismissed the DJ's 'groping' lawsuit against her, saying he can't prove that her claims got him fired from a radio station.

Only the 27-year-old pop star's legs and feet could be seen as she boarded her private jet to head to Denver, Colorado on Friday.

It is believed that Swift was headed home to Nashville for the weekend. 

Only the 27-year-old pop star's legs and feet could be seen as she boarded her private jet to head to Denver, Colorado 
Only the 27-year-old pop star's legs and feet could be seen as she boarded her private jet to head to Denver, Colorado 

Only the 27-year-old pop star's legs and feet could be seen as she boarded her private jet to head to Denver, Colorado 

The singer quickly boards her flight 
The singer quickly boards her flight 

The singer quickly boards her flight 

She had just finished the last day of a grueling five day hearing where a judge dismissed the DJ's 'groping' lawsuit against her, saying he can't prove that her claims got him fired from a radio station
She had just finished the last day of a grueling five day hearing where a judge dismissed the DJ's 'groping' lawsuit against her, saying he can't prove that her claims got him fired from a radio station

She had just finished the last day of a grueling five day hearing where a judge dismissed the DJ's 'groping' lawsuit against her, saying he can't prove that her claims got him fired from a radio station

Swift's brother, Austin, was seen taking selfies with fans before he too boarded a separate private jet along with the singer's PR, Tree Paine.

Mueller can still take legal action against Swift's mother Andrea and Frank Bell, a part of her management team. 

A jury will begin deliberations on Monday to determine whether Mueller grabbed the star's bottom at a 2013 meet and greet.  

Swift's brother, Austin, was seen taking selfies with fans before he too boarded a separate private jet along with the singer's PR, Tree Paine
Swift's brother, Austin, was seen taking selfies with fans before he too boarded a separate private jet along with the singer's PR, Tree Paine

Swift's brother, Austin, was seen taking selfies with fans before he too boarded a separate private jet along with the singer's PR, Tree Paine

Mueller can still take legal action against Swift's mother Andrea and Frank Bell, a part of her management team
Mueller can still take legal action against Swift's mother Andrea and Frank Bell, a part of her management team

Mueller can still take legal action against Swift's mother Andrea and Frank Bell, a part of her management team

A jury will begin deliberations on Monday to determine whether Mueller grabbed the star's bottom at a 2013 meet and greet. Her plane prepares to take off
A jury will begin deliberations on Monday to determine whether Mueller grabbed the star's bottom at a 2013 meet and greet. Her plane prepares to take off

A jury will begin deliberations on Monday to determine whether Mueller grabbed the star's bottom at a 2013 meet and greet. Her plane prepares to take off

The trial was the final act in a long-running legal saga that began in September 2015 when Mueller filed suit claiming Swift had lied about being groped and had got him fired.

Swift countersued the following month, writing in her complaint that she had 'never been so certain of anything in my life'.

The singer is seeking a token $1 award and a verdict that holds Mueller responsible and serves 'as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts'.

Mueller was fired from his $150,000-a-year job after being accused of groping Swift at the Pepsi Center in Denver in June 2013. 

 

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