Swift took the stand for about an hour Thursday, testifying that Mueller grabbed her bare backside and held on for a long time during the meet-and-greet.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift was celebrating on Monday after winning a sexual assault lawsuit against a former radio DJ she accused of groping her before a gig. Swift's account and said her actions during and after the photo session were not consistent with someone who had been assaulted. "[His hand] didn't let go", she told the jury.
Mueller sued the Swifts and their radio handler, Frank Bell, seeking up to $3 million for his ruined career.
"It makes no sense for Taylor Swift to make up this claim", Baldridge said, who said earlier that Swift's lawsuit "will serve as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts".
Swift filed a countercomplaint, alleging that Mueller touched her rear end inappropriately during the photo.
She countersued for the symbolic sum of $1, saying she was doing so on behalf of other victims.
Swift's business manager, Jesse Schaudies Jr., said her side did not want the picture in the news. He added that her body was aligned just as it had been during each of the numerous photographs taken of her with various fans.
McFarland referred to a photo of the incident in which Swift appears to be smiling and unbothered, asking the jury, "Is that the face of someone who's had someone grab their butt?"
What do you think of the Taylor Swift DJ groping lawsuit? Days after the alleged incident, Mueller was sacked from his on-air gig at KYGO radio station.
The verdict came after lawyers for Swift and Mueller continued the legal dueling in their closing arguments, which at one point brought Swift to tears.
When it was time for Swift's attorney, Doug Baldridge, to give his closing arguments, he began by quoting the pop star's testimony from last week.
Taylor Swift's trial against DJ David Mueller is officially over. He said Mueller also destroyed numerous electronic devices with recordings of the 105-minute meeting in which he was sacked.