United States District Court judge William Martinez dealt Taylor Swift a small setback in her upcoming trial.
Swift wished to use expert testimony of a woman who’s studied the profiles of sexual predators. She believes a Colorado radio DJ likely felt threatened by a “powerful woman.” Therefore, he lashed out by groping Taylor’s butt.
The legal team for David Mueller successfully got that testimony blocked. However, Lorraine Bayard de Volo is still allowed on the witness stand. She will describe why women delay making accusations of sexual assault.
Taylor Swift waited two years to level a claim against Mueller. His lawsuit states Taylor falsely accused him of groping. He’s sued for millions in lost wages. Since getting fired, Mueller has been out of the radio business. (The Hollywood Reporter)