He acknowledged that a photo of him with his hand behind the singer is 'weird and awkward' in court Wednesday.
It made me question why I taught her to be so polite in that moment.'Andrea explained that she and other members of Swift's management team chose not to call police because they wanted to keep the incident private and did not want her to have to 'endlessly relive' the moment.
The 59-year-old added: 'I did not want her to have to live through endless memes and gifs and anything else tabloid media or internet trolls would be able to come up with; making her relive this awful moment over and over again.''We wanted to keep this private but we did not want to let him get away with it.'She smiled as she talked about Swift's 'sweet' upbringing on a farm in Reading, Pennsylvania, but became visibly angry when Mueller's lawyer asked her if her son Austin had ever been accused of sexual assault.
Coiner denied touching her - and vehemently denied on the stand that he told Mueller that he grabbed Taylor's butt after the concert, as alleged by Mueller in his civil complaint.
He was also questioned on whether Mueller, who he saw at another meet and greet that same night, had been intoxicated but said he had not seen a drink in his hand or think he was drunk.
On Wednesday Andrea had sobbed on the stand as she spoke about the moment she was informed her daughter had been groped, telling court that she knew something was 'horribly wrong' the moment she walked into her dressing room.
Andrea, 59, said: 'I went into the dressing room and I saw her face.
In closing remarks, he said: 'I'm here to prove that I'm innocent.
I had a good reputation in radio and I would like to get it back.'Under questioning from Swift's lawyer Douglas Baldridge, he said he was no longer looking for a million award but instead wanted to restore his name and resume his career in radio.
I could see that there was something horribly wrong.