Taylor Swift's long overdue battle against David Mueller has finally ended. On Tuesday, a jury of eight found the DJ guilty of groping the pop singer during their encounter at a meet-and-greet event in Colorado back in 2013.

Inside Taylor Swift and David Mueller's groping incident

According to ET Online, the legal battle between the two parties had been going since 2015, when Taylor Swift countered David Mueller's alleged that the singer ruined his career when she accused him of groping her bottom at the event.

In fact, the radio DJ was immediately terminated from his job when the artist complained about the said incident.

KYGO, his company, explained that David Mueller was fired for allegedly lying about the incident.

Taylor Swift has said in her testimony that the DJ placed his hand up her skirt and touched her bottom while they were posing for a photo op at the back stage. The "Blank Space" artist immediately told her mother and some of her staff about the incident before her radio promotions director, Frank Bell, informed KYGO.

The singer, who was 23 years old during the incident, insisted that the act was intentional and claimed that the DJ grabbed her bottom not just once. David Mueller, on the other hand, argued that he was falsely accused and sued the female artist for the damage.

The award-winning singer responded with a countersuit for assault and battery a month later.

On the fourth day of the groping trial, Taylor Swift took the stand and fearlessly recalled what took place during her encounter with the DJ.

Jury rules in favor of pop singer

David Mueller was required to pay $1 in damages after the jury ruled in favor of Taylor Swift. In a statement released after the ruling, the singer thanked her legal team for helping her in this battle.

"I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormous cost of defending myself in a trial like this," she wrote. "My hope is to help those whose voices should also be heard."

The singer-songwriter then promised to make donations to help sexual assault victims who could not speak for themselves.

Taylor Swift's attorney, Doug Baldridge, commended his client for speaking up to defend herself.

When asked about the ruling to reward the female singer with a single dollar, the lawyer explained, “That dollar is a single dollar, and it is of immeasurable value."

David Muller, on the other hand, told CNN that he is determined to prove his innocence despite the court's ruling on the alleged groping incident.