Testimony in Taylor Swift’s lawsuit trial accusing a former Denver DJ of groping her has been delayed while the judge holds a closed hearing to discuss evidence.
U.S. District Judge William Martinez ordered jurors, spectators and the news media to leave his courtroom Wednesday so Swift’s attorneys and lawyers for plaintiff David Mueller could discuss undisclosed evidentiary matters.
Mueller is a former radio show host.
He was scheduled to resume testimony Wednesday after being grilled by Swift attorney Douglas Baldridge Tuesday about his claim that Swift falsely accused him of groping her before a 2013 concert.
He noted that Mueller has said he lost an audio recording of a meeting he had with his bosses at country music station KYGO before they fired him.
Mueller is seeking up to $ 3 million in damages.
Swift countersued, claiming he sexually assaulted her.