Taylor Swift and the former radio DJ that she accuses of groping her butt at a meet and greet, David Mueller, will be in court today as that trial kicks off later this morning.
On the court room "To Do List": Lawyers will begin picking jurors for their dueling lawsuits. Open statements could also begin today.
Again, the alleged incident happened at a backstage photo session in Denver in 2013. David Mueller says he was falsely accused and that she should have called police instead of his bosses, who fired him soon after this happened. He's seeking up to $3 million in damages.
Taylor countersued, claiming sexual assault, which set up this civil trial. Court documents say it is unlikely that either side will settle.
Taylor’s lawsuit says that she is seeking a verdict that awards her just $1.
David Mueller is also expected to testify, along with his former boss and members of Taylor's entourage. Taylor’s mom, Andrea, and a member of her team also are defendants in the lawsuit filed by Mueller.