The trial of a former radio personality accused of groping Taylor Swift begin today (Monday) with jury selection at the federal courthouse in downtown Denver. She won't be there until Tuesday, when she’ll come face-to-face with former radio host David Mueller. He accused Taylor of sabotaging his career by claiming he put his hand on her butt. She replied by filing a criminal charge of assault and battery.
The ground rules for those attending the trial are no Taylor Swift concert Ts, buttons or banners. Phones, laptops and tablets are all barred as well, so no one's getting a selfie with the star inside the courtroom.
Court officials expect overflow crowds. Only 100 passes will go to the general public each day. Most of those will only see the proceedings via closed circuit TV, but 32 lucky people will be seated in the courtroom. The line forms at 6 a.m. (Denver Post)