The judge in the Denver, CO, civil trial of Taylor Swift has thrown out all claims by former radio disc jockey David Mueller's against the singer.
Both sides rested their cases earlier today. Swift's legal team rested without calling a single witness, relying instead on defense testimony to make their case.
The judge has allowed Mueller's case against Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, and Swift's manager, Frank Bell, to proceed. Each side has been alloted an hour for closing arguments.
Mueller is suing Taylor, saying her claim that he groped her during a 2014 meet-and-greet is false, and caused him to be fired. Taylor is counter-suing, claiming assault and battery for "offensive and harmful physical contact."