DJ found guilty of groping Taylor Swift lands radio job in Mississippi

At this David Fuss who is the CEO of Delta Radio says that he believes in Mueller and hence given him a chance to work ahead in life. "He's either the world's best liar, or he's telling the truth", he said about their face-to-face meeting. However, Swift fans are having none of it and they have launched attacks about Mueller's hiring on social media, but Fuss refuses to entertain criticism about his decision. "It's just people who don't have a clue, or don't really have any knowledge of the facts", he concludes. He started co-hosting the Jackson and Jonbob show on Monday.

Despite this, it doesn't seem to sit well with fans of Taylor Swift (or just, y'know, people in general), because as TMZ reports, Mueller has now been at the centre of a fake bomb threat.

She said Mueller groped her during a photo opportunity by putting his hand up her skirt and on her bare backside. A federal jury in Denver ruled for Swift and Mueller was ordered to pay a symbolic $1 to Swift.

Swift and Mueller squared off in a colorado court after he filed a lawsuit against her in 2015, claiming he was was sacked after being wrongfully accused of groping Swift's rear end during a meet-and greet in 2013. KIX 92.7, Mueller's new home, only launched last summer.

In a statement to Time Magazine in December, Swift said that going to court to fight back against an abuser is lonely and emotionally draining, even if you win, or have the financial means to defend yourself. The threat apparently had a connection to Mueller's hiring.

During sexual assault trial, the Shake It Off songwriter wiped away tears as she told a jury: "It was a definite grab, a very long grab". "It's always been my goal to have something good-sounding coming out of the speakers". Fuss chose to lengthen that name to Stonewall Jackson - a reference to the Confederate Civil War general - on KIX to give his moniker a southern spin.

  • Kyle Peterson