"I tend to believe his version of the story and most people who have talked to him face-to-face do believe his version of the story".
However, fans of Swift are outraged over the hiring of Mueller, with many taking to social media and the Radio station's Facebook page to vent their frustration at a convicted groper landing a job as a radio host.
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In a statement, the pop star said: "I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormous cost of defending myself in a trial like this".
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"None of it is radio people, none of it is local people in Mississippi".
Another Swift fan pointed out: "If people won't believe Taylor Swift after a man was PROVEN guilty of sexual assault, what hope do I have?" They're telling people to go to this station's webpage and post negative comments. He also said that most of the people who seem to be upset about it "don't have a clue" or "don't really have knowledge of the facts". After an internal KYGO investigation, he was sacked.
A judge threw out his claims and Taylor counter-sued for sexual assault.
Swift was widely praised for her cool testimony in the courtroom during the civil suit. He began co-hosting the "Jackson and Jonbob" show Monday. The jury ruled in her favor, ordering Mueller to pay her a symbolic $1. Mueller, who used the pseudonym "Jackson" in his last job, goes by the name Jackson at his new job as well. But no, in 2018, Mueller is back. "On top of that, he has lots of talent and will sound great on KIX-92.7". The threat apparently had a connection to Mueller's hiring.
"In the radio business, it's all about what comes out of the speakers", Fuss said.