Jury Finds Former DJ Guilty Of Assaulting Taylor Swift

And that concludes Taylor's Swift's legal battle with DJ David Mueller...

CNN reports that, after deliberating for hours, a jury has found Mueller guilty of assault and battery of the "Bad Blood" singer. The jury has also ruled that Swift's team and her mother, Andrea, were "not liable for tortious interference," regarding Mueller's termination at radio station KYGO.

Mueller will be required to pay Swift $1, as was her request for damages. Apparently uninterested in monetary gain from the case, Swift, 27, had reportedly wanted her sexual assault lawsuit against Mueller to "serve as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts."

After Mueller had sued Swift and her team for playing a part in his firing, Swift had countersued, accusing Mueller of sexual assault and battery after he allegedly grabbed her butt during a 2013 meet-and-greet photo op.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Mueller's suit against Swift was thrown out of court after the judge decided there was insufficient evidence for Mueller's claims.

Want to know more about the case? Catch up on Swift's legal battle here.