Pop star Taylor Swift is no stranger to sexual assault.
In a recent interview with Time magazine (in which she was named one of Time's people of the year) the Bad Blood songstress said that she never received the coin. She won but seems pretty pissed Mueller hasn't coughed up the Washington. Mueller sent a letter to the AP announcing that he mailed Swift a Sacagawea coin on November 28.
Back in 2013 when the groping happened, Swift privately reported Mueller who was sacked by the radio station. After Swift complained, Mueller was sacked, but he then retaliated and sued Swift for damages, asking for millions of dollars in retribution.
'The galvanizing actions of the women on our cover ... along with those of hundreds of others, and of many men as well, have unleashed one of the highest-velocity shifts in our culture since the 1960s, ' Time's Editor-in-Chief, Edward Felsenthal said of the new and renowned cover. "I was angry", Swift admits to Time.
Taylor further added: "To this day he has not paid me that dollar, and I think that act of defiance is symbolic in itself". Even her post for election 2016 was a generic "go VOTE" rather than throwing her support behind a candidate and potentially alienating part of her fan base.
"My advice is that you not blame yourself and do not accept the blame others will try to place on you", Swift said.
She told the magazine that, "People have been largely very supportive of my story since the trial began. but before that, I spent two years reading headlines referring to it as "The Taylor Swift Butt Grab Case" with internet trolls making a joke about what happened to me".
Portions of her testimony quickly went viral, with many praising Swift for her courage in court as she refused to give any ground to Mueller's legal team.
"I made a decision to forego any courtroom formalities and just answer the questions the way it happened". This man hadn't considered any formalities when he assaulted me, and his lawyer didn't hold back on my mom-why should I be polite? Your testimony this summer was fierce and you probably used the word "ass" the most times ever in a court of law, but your face minus actions or words does nothing for me. She was honoured alongside Tarana Burke, Ashley Judd, Susan Fowler, Adama Iwu, Isabel Pascual, Terry Crews, Rose McGowan and more.
Outreach organizations available to those who have been affected include the American Association of University Women, Change the Conversation, Porter's Call, MusiCares, the Sexual Assault Center and You Have the Power.
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