Taylor Swift on getting groped by Denver DJ: “It was like somebody switched the lights off in my personality”

It’s been about three years since the day Taylor Swift alleges that Denver DJ David Mueller groped her during a meet-and-greet photo op, and the issue still hasn’t been put to rest.

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Taylor Swift. (Paolo Villanueva/Flickr)

Taylor Swift. (Paolo Villanueva/Flickr)

It’s been about three years since the day Taylor Swift alleges that Denver DJ David Mueller groped her during a meet-and-greet photo op, and the issue still hasn’t been put to rest.

TMZ got ahold of Swift’s deposition from a meeting with Mueller’s lawyers this July. Swift initially sued Mueller, then a 98.5 KYGO DJ known as Jackson, in 2013 for reaching up her skirt and grabbing her butt while they posed for a photo together.

“As soon as he grabbed my ass, I became shocked and withdrawn and was barely able to say, ‘Thanks for coming,’ which is what I say to everybody,” she said in this summer’s deposition.

“It was like somebody switched the lights off in my personality.”

About two weeks ago, a judge agreed to seal the photo from the incident.

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