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Taylor Swift trial: Twitter reacts after judge throws out DJ's case

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Taylor Swift scored a legal victory on Friday when a Denver judge dismissed the case brought against the pop star by former radio host David Mueller — and her win was met with celebration and admiration for Swift on Twitter.

Mueller had sought $3 million in damages, claiming Swift ruined his career when she accused him of groping her during a 2013 meet-and-greet. Swift’s countersuit against Mueller is still ongoing.

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The Grammy-winner took the stand on Thursday to recount the “shocking” and “horrifying” incident, and her candid testimony drew support from celebs such as Lena Dunham and Nelly Furtado on Twitter. The praise for the singer continued on Friday following the news of the dismissal.

Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes wrote, “Y’all. I’m digging @taylorswift13 so hard right now for the feminist badassery.”

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