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Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift is heading to court.

Despite her lawyers' best efforts, E! News learns that a judge has ordered the singer to testify under oath in the Lucky 13 trademark infringement lawsuit.

In the ruling obtained by E! News, it indicates her lawyers wanted to limit the scope of questions and that was denied also.

""The owner of Lucky 13 wants to harass Taylor into a settlement by forcing her into a deposition knowing full well the disruption it would cause given her ongoing world tour," the singer's rep exclusively tells E! News.

"Lucky 13 does not have any evidence that Taylor was involved in the design of this t-shirt that was a limited-run only for St. Patrick's Day or the sweepstakes that was a onetime event. Her lack of involvement with anything truly relevant to this lawsuit is apparent."

E! News exclusively learned last year that the Grammy winner was being sued by Orange County-based apparel company Lucky 13.

According to the lawsuit, which was filed in May 2014, the clothing brand is accusing T.Swift of trademark infringement stemming from her unauthorized use of Lucky 13's federally registered trademarks.

The company, which was founded in 1991 and specializes in street wear, claimed that they have contacted Swift's camp numerous times but there was no resolution.

As any Swift fan knows, the number 13 is very significant in the singer's life.

"The significance of the number 13 on my hand…I paint this on my hand before every show because 13 is my lucky number—for a lot of reasons," she once explained to MTV News. "It's really weird."

"I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro. Every time I've won an award I've been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter."

She added, "Basically whenever a 13 comes up in my life, it's a good thing."

Well, not always.