Even before winning her lawsuit against DJ David Mueller for groping allegations and earning $1 as a result, Taylor Swift promised to donate money to help support sexual assault survivors.
The 27-year-old singer has believed to have recently contacted the Joyful Heart Foundation, which supports people of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, because she wants to "be of service to survivors" by handing over a whopping amount of cash to help the cause.
"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", the diva said in a statement thanking the court.
The pop star delivered unflinching testimony describing the incident, saying she wanted to help other women make their voices heard. Joyful Heart is honored to be recognized by Taylor Swift for her work against victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
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Speaking to The Huffington Post about the potential partnership with the "Bad Blood" hitmaker, the CEO of the organisation, Maile M Zambuto, said, "Taylor is aware of the Joyful Heart Foundation and follows our work". What happens to you matters.
Ex-DJ David Mueller groped the singer during a photo shoot on her Red tour in 2013. There were similar claims filed against Swift's mom, Andrea, and her radio representative, Frank Bell, and the jury found that neither sufficiently interfered with Mueller's contract to owe him compensation.
As per her policy, Swift was not commenting Thursday on what she's giving or to whom she is giving it, although her recipients are free to announce it publicly if they choose. And you are not alone, said the structure to Page Six.
Hargitay added that Swift's decision to speak out is hopefully something that will empower more survivors to come forward with their stories.
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