Music

Judge seals Taylor Swift's 'groping' photo

Pop star Taylor Swift has succeeded in keeping from the public a photo of a DJ allegedly groping her during a 2013 pre-concert meet-and-greet, reported Billboard magazine.

A Colorado judge ruled in favour of Swift on Friday, agreeing to keep the photo from the public until the case goes to trial. The photo is said to show DJ David Mueller allegedly groping her at a 2013 concert.

Her lawyers had argued that the photo was inappropriate for public consumption.

They also filed a motion requesting to seal hundreds of pages of court documents.

Swift's security team had accused the Denver radio DJ of grabbing her inappropriately while they posed for a photo backstage with several other people.

Mueller was fired from his job at KYGO radio two days later, reported ET Online.


Salma Hayek rejected Trump's advances

US actress Salma Hayek has claimed that presidential nominee Donald Trump planted a story about her because she refused to go out with him.

She said Trump had tried to get her to go out with him when she was new and trying to make a name for herself in Hollywood.

He allegedly got a friend to get her telephone number, she said in a Spanish-language interview with a Los Angeles radio station on Friday.

She snubbed him and said thatit was later reported that Trump would not go out with her because she was too short. Hayek said Trump continued to contact her even after planting the gossip story, reported the Mirror.

 

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