A radio DJ sued Taylor Swift… but now she’s the one taking action

Taylor Swift is used to making the headlines for her awesome songs and #squadgoals, but if there's something you should really admire about her, it's that she refuses to be disrespected by anyone. 

According to the latest reports, Teen Vogue revealed that the singer is demanding a counter-trial against radio DJ David Mueller, who tried to sue the singer after he was fired for allegedly touching her inappropriately during a photoshoot.

For a little bit of background on Mr. Mueller, he had been fired from two on-air radio jobs before this incident and hasn't worked as a radio personality since 2006.

David also admitted that Taylor WAS assaulted that day but claims it was his superior, Eddie Haskell, who groped the singer.

"Ms. Swift knows exactly who committed the assault — it was Mueller — and she is not confused in the slightest about whether her long-term business acquaintance, Mr. Haskell, was the culprit," reads the countersuit.

"Resolution of this Counterclaim will demonstrate that Mueller alone was the perpetrator of the humiliating and wrongful conduct targeted against Ms. Swift, and will serve as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts."

It sounds like Taylor has already won this one and if she does, she will donate any money to "charitable organisations dedicated to protecting women from similar acts of sexual assault and personal disregard."

How amazing is she?! 

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