Over two years ago, a breakfast show host on Denver's KYGO was accused of touching Taylor Swift's bottom, and was dumped from his job.
Now, just twenty seven short months later, David Mueller - known professionally as Jackson before the incident, and 'that guy fired for touching Swift's arse' afterwards - has filed a lawsuit.
The crux of his case is that it was a case of mistaken identity:
According to the suit, Mueller posed with Swift and his girlfriend, Shannon Melcher.The lawsuit also makes reference to his lifetime ban from Taylor Swift concerts, but it's unclear from reports if he is seeking to have this overturned.
After some small talk, "Swift suddenly announced it was picture time" and "quickly put her right arm" around Melcher. Mueller jumped into the photo "at the last second."
Swift cordially thanked the couple and they left, the suit said.
After the photograph, Mueller, in the suit, said he met a co-worker who "excitedly told him about his experience meeting Ms. Swift earlier that night."
The co-worker "described and demonstrated how he had put his arms around her, hands on her bottom," according to the filing.