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She admits even though both of them had their phones, they never ultimately did get the cops involved and were escorted out of the concert -- something they said they considered a big deal, since they worked in the radio industry.
When she asked Mueller if he had inappropriately touched Swift, Melcher said in a prior deposition that he had said “How could you ask me that?
We would love to finish off the season on a high note and take home that win.
Tom Hiddleston says he isn't hung up with regrets over his short-lived romance with Taylor Swift.
Force is yet to win a final round this year but has used a mix of consistency and No.
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And those two things are separate," the star asserted.
Hiddleston and Swift were first linked in June following the singer's split from DJ Calvin Harris, but broke up just three months later.
“I thought Ashton Kutcher was going to pull up behind me and tell me I was on some sort of candid camera show.”Mueller was fired shortly thereafter, and two years later, sued Swift, claiming that what he asserted was a false allegation prevented him from getting another job in the media industry.
Melcher says she and Mueller were running late to the show, and instead of attending the media event with the rest of the KYGO team, they were put in line with a group of fans for the meet-and-greet.
When they walked out of the photo booth, Melcher says they spoke to one of their coworkers at KYGO, Eddie Haskell (who Mueller told her claimed he noticed Swift was wearing bike shorts under her skirt) and then went to the bar.
"Of course it was real." "I have to be so psychologically strong about not letting other people's interpretations about my life affect my life.
DENVER - The third and final person pictured in the now infamous photo depicting a meet-and-greet between pop star Taylor Swift and ex-Denver DJ David Mueller says she didn’t notice anything odd happening when the picture was taken.