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Father Publicly Disowns Son After He Took Part In 'Pro-White Activist' Marches In Charlottesville Rally

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Maybe listen to dad on this one.

A North Dakota father has publicly disowned his son after the 30-year-old took part in the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend.

On Monday, Pearce Tefft penned a moving letter to his son Peter, warning that he will be ostracized from his family if he refuses to let go of his "hateful opinions."

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In a post on the Forum of Fargo website, Pearce wrote:

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Taylor Swift Groping Trial: The Verdict Is In!

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The verdict is in, folks!

After an emotional round of closing statements, the eight member jury of six women and two men ruled in favor of Taylor Swift, determining that Denver based DJ David Mueller sexually assaulted and battered the singer.

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ICYMI, the radio personality sued Swift for slander and the Blank Space singer responded with a sexual assault and battery countersuit. While the radio professional maintained his innocence throughout the trial, the pop star testified under oath that David "grabbed [her] bare ass."

On Friday, Judge Martinez threw out Mueller's lawsuit against Taylor — while her mom Andrea and radio promotions director, Frank Bell, remained at risk AKA legal limbo. Well, they're also out of the woods now as the jury found they did not intentionally interfere with Mueller's employment contract.

What victory!!!

Taylor got that dollar!! And justice!!!

[Image via WENN.]

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Taylor Swift Groping Trial Win — Judge Throws Out DJ's Case Against Her!

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Taylor Swift's trial is (almost) over!

The Shake It Off singer has spent the week in court after radio DJ David Mueller sued her, her mother, Andrea Swift, and her radio promotions director, Frank Bell, for up to $3 million for allegedly ruining his career.

In turn, she countersued him for sexually assaulting her as he allegedly "grabbed her ass" during a meet and greet back in 2013.

Related: Lena Dunham Sings Taylor's Praises Following Testimony!

Now Mueller's case against Tay is already over — the judge has dismissed the claim, saying Mueller had not proved in any way that Taylor personally did anything to get him fired. That being said, Mueller's case will go forward with Taylor's mother and Bell as defendants.

Taylor's countersuit, for just a symbolic $1, will continue next week, with a verdict expected as early as Monday.

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The Taylor Swift Groping Legal Drama Will Continue With The Jury On Monday No Matter What Judge Decides On Her Dismissal

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We WILL be seeing you all next week!

As you surely know, Taylor Swift has been going head to head against a Denver based DJ, named David Mueller, in court. In case you forgot, the A-lister has accused Mueller of sexually assaulting her as he allegedly "grabbed her ass" during a meet and greet back in 2013.

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The feud between Mueller and Swift intensified when the disgraced DJ sued Swift for slander and the Blank Space singer responded with a sexual assault and battery countersuit. While the radio professional maintained his innocence throughout the course of the trial, the pop star testified under oath that David "grabbed [her] bare ass."

Both Swift and Mueller's legal teams made their cases to the jury this week. In a twist on Friday, Taylor's team asked Judge Martinez to dismiss the case because they never directed Mueller's employer to fire him.

After about twenty minutes of deliberation, the judge was unable to come to a conclusion as to whether Taylor should be released from the case and the jury was dismissed — court will resume with the jury on Monday morning.

However, a decision is expected sometime today from the judge on whether or not Taylor will be dismissed from the lawsuit against her:

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