David Mueller, a radio deejay convicted of groping Taylor Swift during a meet and greet with the singer in 2013 has paid the $1 a Denver court previously ordered him to pay, People reports. But in a prime example of said men continuing to be the worst, Mueller is still attempting to troll Swift: he told the Associated Press that he mailed Swift a one-dollar Sacagawea coin this week-because a coin featuring a historically significant woman should be some sort of twisted jab at Swift's victory. Instead, he chose to mail Taylor a Sacagawea coin as "a final jab at the singer in a case her side called a win for all women". Swift says she felt it was important for her to come forward to help prevent similar things from happening to younger people in less position to defend themselves. At the time of the decision he said he might appeal. "Here we are years later, and I'm being blamed for the unfortunate events of his life that are the product of his decisions-not mine". "Not mine", Swift said during the trial. As SWIFT's suit requested, the jury has awarded her $1. 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?' Once it hit the news that I was in Denver dealing with this, there was an outpouring of support on social media and I have never appreciated it more. And it's on the house. She appears on the cover and speaks inside the magazine about her experience during the "demoralizing court process".
Corey Feldman threatens to release tape in which he names Hollywood 'predators'
Feldman also named former child talent manager and convicted sex offender Marty Weiss in a separate interview with Megyn Kelly . Oz and revealed John Grissom, an actor with parts in two of Feldman's films, as the man who attacked him when he was 14.
Time included Swift as one of the Silence Breakers for her bravery in helping to shine a light on the topic of sexual assault, and in the months since then, the #MeToo movement has taken down a number of powerful men in the entertainment business and politics.
Mozilla, Yahoo Sue Each Other Over Firefox's Default Search
Oath filed a complaint against Mozilla for what it alleged was an improper termination of the contract between Mozilla and Yahoo. The two companies are now suing each other over a 2014 deal that made Yahoo Firefox's default search provider.
"To this day he has not paid me that ...and I think that act of defiance is symbolic in itself", she revealed. My advice is that you not blame yourself and do not accept the blame others will try to place on you.
PC James Dixon: Tributes to officer killed in crash
PC James Dixon dead after the cruiser he was riding crashed into an auto on Bath Road close Hare Hatch at 13:50 GMT. Thousands have so far already been raised to help the families of both victims at this awful time.