DJ Who Groped Taylor Swift Found a New Radio Job & Her Fans Are Not Having It

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift arrives at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 8, 2015 in Los Angeles.  

The radio DJ who was found guilty of groping Taylor Swift last year has returned to radio under a new name -- and the pop star's fans are not happy.

David Mueller lost against Swift in a sexual assault case last summer and has now begun hosting a new radio show under the name Stonewall Jackson. Mueller’s new employer, Larry Fuss of Delta Radio, insisted to New York's Daily News that he believes Mueller is innocent, despite the fact that he was found guilty in the highly publicized 2017 trial.

The case goes back to 2013, when Swift accused Mueller of inappropriately touching her at a meet-and-greet in 2013. In 2015, Mueller sued Swift’s camp, claiming he lost his job because of her allegations. Swift countersued one month later, and the case was taken to trial in August, where a Denver jury awarded Swift a ceremonial $1 in damages.

Now, Mueller has found a new job under a new name, and fans are determined to get him fired again. Fans have been reaching out to Delta Radio, rallying together to get the station to let Mueller go, saying that it is Times Up for assaulters in the industry.

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