Taylor Swift Counter-Sues Radio Host For Denying He Groped Her

I somehow missed this, but earlier this summer, Taylor Swift accused a radio show host named David Mueller of groping her before a meet-and-greet, which led to him being fired. He then sued her for falsely accusing him, saying it was his superior who had gotten handsy. Now Swift has filed a counter-suit, doubling down on the accusation: ““Mueller’s newfound claim that he is the ‘wrong guy’ and, therefore, his termination from KYGO was unjustified, is specious…Ms. Swift knows exactly who committed the assault — it was Mueller.” Shots fired! [Page Six]

I still have a hunch that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s marriage is part of some larger plan to get George elected to public office, but nevertheless, I am totally in favor of them strengthening that bond by adopting a new pet into their household. Yesterday, the couple announced they had adopted a Bassett hound named Millie from a shelter. Look how cute:

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Millie’s new sibling is the couple’s adopted cocker spaniel, Louie. Yay for pet adoption!! [Us Weekly]

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have allegedly called off their engagement. [The Hollywood Life]

Eh, call me crazy, but I kind of want Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth to get back together eventually. [ONTD]

It’s a little belated, but this Ratter takedown of Vanessa Grigoriadis’s Nicki Minaj profile in the New York Times is spot-on and worth a read. [Ratter]

We’re not the only site celebrating Halloween by obsessing over witches — Broadly is also in a magical mood and has a great piece up about dating in the city when you’re a witch. [Broadly]

I haven’t been able to maintain a longterm relationship in years, so maybe I shouldn’t be giving out unsolicited advice of the matrimonial sort, but whatever, those who can’t do TEACH: Given that Halle Berry is going through her third contentious divorce — her third — from Olivier Martinez, I really think she should consider taking marriage off the table in the future. [People]

No, James Franco did not really get a neck tattoo of Emma Watson as Hermoine Granger. It’s fake. Though I wouldn’t have been surprised if it had been real, because that is totally something James Franco would do. [Us Weekly]

I ❤️ Hermoine. Ink by @indiangiver

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