He (not Taylor nor Mrs. Swift) wanted to involve the police to investigate the accusation against him. Where's that police report?

Someone who does something this heinous wouldn't have such a stable, loving relationship. He would have philandered. She abused his wife. Her fans. Death Threat Mode.

Taylor Swift abuses people all the time. She's lied before. She is not trustworthy.

She took advantage of everyone, including her photographer. In this photograph, she is looking angry. She isn't looking lost. She has no idea how silent the photographer is, because she is scary. She took advantage of everyone there, and made everyone shake and cry afterwards, not giving a damn about the repercussions on other women directly involved and wanting to destroy their lives, too, and actually doing so.

What happened? Why did they not investigate? Was she abusing? She was. She used the dollar to make more money. She doesn't give money to groups before? Did she abuse women? Did she take advantage? Did she make more than a dollar? Is it a way to automatically win? Who testified on her behalf? Her staff or people who hate her staff or people who hate people or people who destroy to kill and hurt, or people who hate, or people who love, or people who don't care, or people who know her (protector - bodyguard), or people who know of her.

Taylor Swift filed the heroic case after she was sued by Mr. Mueller (no relation ::terrified::). It was a way to win. She abused and lied. This never happened. It was in a photograph. She wasn't sexually assaulted. She made it up. She did it to save face. She's going to HELL, and this time it's even more obvious. She has no soul, and fucks people over.

Have you ever seen a photo of someone's sexual assault posted on Daily Mail, TMZ, CNN, MTV Cribs, John Mayer's Facebook Wall?

When Taylor told her team about her lie, she waited. She waited until after the meet-and-greet. She took other pictures, then, and smiled for most of them and laughed, too, and chatted, and felt important and not small and hurt and confused and angry and lost and dejected and felt up and diseased. There was an iPhone. Is there a Burst, at least? Anything? Just this one photo of the worst sexual assault the World may know? Do we have any historical sexual assaults with a picture? Can we see them all please to compare? Contrast? If others have been through this, then she deserves to hear their stories. She doesn't. She never involved other cases, because there really weren't any that helped. She is taking, not giving. She wants everyone to listen. But she never listens to them, to victims of sexual assaults, and just gives a small percentage of her billi. She needs to listen. She needs to believe. She needs to heal. She refused to. She steals hopes, dreams, and lives of those who know what sexual assault is. There are women and a tiny number of men who know it. She makes them feel unimportant by making her case prominent. She lied to every sexual assault victim and their loved ones; she stole them. She needs to give more than a $1. If she cared, she would have asked for more to donate. But she manipulated it into looking like she couldn't help them, to win over sexual assaulters, like Dr. Luke. She really doesn't care about Ke$ha. If she did, Dr. Luke wouldn't have Katy Perry's support, which is evil. She would look constantly and always to help her, but she only checks in. That's not a healthy environment for a victim, with one person taking the role of mother. It is abuse.

Any Swift fan want pizza? Swift fans needed to be excluded. They were all in love with that empty.

6 Women - 2 Men

David Mueller’s former girlfriend Shannon Melcher testified that the rest of the night after she and the former radio host were kicked out of the Pepsi Center was stressful.

“It was very surreal,” she said. “It was kind of like, ‘What just happened?’ Being escorted out of a show, in our position, it was a very serious thing.”

She described Mueller as being devastated, blown away and in shock when Taylor Swift’s security team kicked the couple out of the concert because Mueller had allegedly groped the singer.

“To have this very, very serious accusation against him, I think it would be devastating to anybody,” she testified.

Melcher asked Mueller if he had done it. He responded by saying, “How can you ask me that?” He was shocked someone close to him would ask that question, Melcher testified.

Melcher had previously been inappropriately touched by another KYGO employee. She said it had bothered Mueller and he convinced her to report the incident.

Her accounts of the Swift incident were similar to Mueller’s testimony. She had been talking with Swift while Mueller was standing slightly farther away. It was suddenly photo time and Swift was already next to Melcher. Mueller had to move into the frame. She said she felt Swift move into her before the photo was taken.

“I wasn’t paying attention directly to what he was doing to get into the photo,” she said. “It happened very quickly, to be honest. I was aware that he was trying to get into the frame.”

But she said she didn’t see anything, explaining, “I was facing forward. I don’t have eyes at the back of my head.”

Afterward, the two left and talked about how it was an odd experience. She said Mueller had told her he felt removed from the conversation, noting that at one point she felt bad for monopolizing Swift. He said it felt odd having to jump in for the photo.

Taylor Swift's new song sounds an awful lot like victim blaming

By Heidi Stevens

Chicago Tribune

Then she released a song called "Look What You Made Me Do."

(Say what?)

I don't like your little games

Don't like your tilted stage

The role you made me play

Of the fool, no, I don't like you

I don't like your perfect crime

How you laugh when you lie

You said the gun was mine

Isn't cool, no, I don't like you

But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time

Honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time

I've got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined

I check it once, then I check it twice, oh!

Ooh, look what you made me do

Depending whose think piece you read, the song is either Swift's latest salvo in her long-running feud with artist Kanye West, an homage to Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones" or a weak attempt at creating a sensation along the lines of Beyonce's "Lemonade." (One tweet: "This looks like Lemonade: Crystal Light.")

Possibly all three.

The world goes on, another day, another drama, drama

But not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma

And then the world moves on, but one thing's for sure

Baby, I got mine, but you'll all get yours

I don't trust nobody and nobody trusts me

I'll be the actress starring in your bad dreams

Here's what I hear:

Shades of Columbine killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Santa Barbara gunman Elliot Rodger's "Retribution" video. Every other tragic revenge scenario we learn about post-school shooting.

I hear shades of "13 Reasons Why," the Netflix series about a teenage girl who killed herself and left behind audiotapes calling out the people she blames for her suicide.

"I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now."

"Why? Oh 'cause she's dead!"

(Chorus repeats)

And, above all, I hear the language of domestic violence perpetrators.

" 'Look what you made me do,' is what abusers say," Gita Jackson writes in Kotaku, "both in real life and in Oxygen made-for-TV movies."

Earlier this summer, we read in horror about Alexis Stubbs, the 12-year-old girl allegedly killed by her mom's boyfriend, who then texted her mom: "See wat u made me do."

I liked it better when Taylor was shaking things off.

Which isn't to say that's her (or anyone's) only option. I'm all for standing up for yourself when someone is mistreating you. Speak up. Shout back. Leave.

Dark, twisty revenge scenarios are a different story.

In that recent court appearance, Swift's message was loud and clear: Don't hold me accountable for your terrible behavior. Don't blame me for my own assault. "His decision — not mine."

"Look What You Made Me Do" is the opposite. It surrenders agency, rather than re-claiming it. It relinquishes control. It shirks responsibility. It victim-blames.

It's beneath her. And the rest of us — who will be hard-pressed to avoid the thing blasting from every pop station and shopping center for the foreseeable future.