David Mueller lost his case against Taylor Swift.

On Friday, Aug. 11, a judge dismissed the DJ’s lawsuit against the “Shake It Off” singer due to lack of evidence. Mueller alleged that Swift had him fired from his job after claiming that he groped her. However, according to Judge William Martinez, he failed to prove that Swift personally did something to have him fired, Us Weekly reported.

Mueller made the same allegations against Swift’s mom, Andrea Swift, and her radio liaison, Frank Bell. That case will go to jurors for a verdict. The closing statements are set to be revealed on Monday, Aug. 14.

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The alleged groping incident reportedly occurred in June 2013, during Swift’s concert at Denver’s Pepsi Center. Mueller, who worked for country music station 98.5 KYGO, attended the event and personally met the singer. After posing for a meet-and-greet photo with the pop star, Swift’s bodyguards confronted the DJ, claiming that he reached under her dress.

Mueller sued the singer for $3 million in damages. According to him, he was falsely accused, adding that Swift should have called the police instead of his bosses after the alleged groping. However, Swift’s attorney, Douglas Baldridge, explained that the “Blank Space” singer did not go directly to the authorities with her allegation because she wanted to keep the incident “discreet and quiet and confidential.”

Meanwhile, Swift has filed a countersuit against Mueller. Her former bodyguard, Greg Dent, testified on her sexual assault case against Mueller on Friday, Aug. 11 at a Denver federal court. According to Dent, he saw Mueller’s hand go under her skirt while they were posing for a photo and witnessed the Grammy winner pushing her skirt down in response. “His hand went under her skirt,” Dent said (via Us Weekly). “She reacted, pushed her skirt down and moved over. So in my opinion, I knew he touched her.”

However, the bodyguard did not apprehend Mueller because Swift previously told him that sometimes he was “a little too mean” while on the job. He believed that if the “You Belong With Me” singer wanted him to intervene, she would have said something.

Meanwhile, in the transcript of Swift’s videotaped deposition that was obtained by Billboard, the singer claimed that Mueller’s groping had been intentional and that she felt violated. “I remember being frantic, distressed, feeling violated in a way I had never experienced before,” Swift said.

“Right as the moment came for us to pose for the photo, he took his hand and put it up my dress and grabbed onto my [butt] cheek and no matter how much I scooted over it was still there,” Swift added. “It was completely intentional, I’ve never been so sure of anything in my life.”

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Taylor Swift David Mueller’s case against Taylor Swift was dismissed. Pictured: Singer performs onstage during the 2017 DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert at Club Nomadic on Feb. 4, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/Kevin Winter