Taylor Swift's legal battle against David Mueller has come to an end.
After four hours of deliberation, an eight-member jury comprised of six women and two men unanimously decided the Colorado-based DJ did assault and batter her, E! News has learned. Additionally, the jury found Swift's mother Andrea Swift and Frank Bell not liable for tortious interference with contract.
Swift smiled as the decision was read.
Earlier today, Muller's attorney Gabriel McFarland and Swift's legal representative Douglas Baldridge delivered their closing arguments. The international pop star appeared visibly emotional as she heard McFarland ask the courtroom if Swift's face in a photo with Mueller was that of a woman who had just been groped during the 2013 meet-and-greet where the alleged incident occurred.
Baldrige called Mueller's since-dismissed lawsuit against Swift "shameful and cowardly," later referencing the $1 Swift requested in punitive damages in her countersuit claim.