DENVER (AP) – Taylor Swift and a former radio host aren’t looking at each other in court as jury selection proceeds in their lawsuits involving a groping claim.

David Mueller, wearing a dark suit, sat Monday at the plaintiff’s table with his back turned to Swift, who sat at a nearby table with her mother, Andrea Swift, and their attorneys.

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Mueller often appeared to be reading documents as the judge questioned prospective jurors in the dueling lawsuits.

Swift watched the proceedings closely, occasionally conferring with her counsel.

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Mueller sued Swift, claiming she and her team falsely accused him of groping her during a photo-taking session before a 2013 concert.

He says Swift’s team told Mueller’s bosses at a country music station, and he was fired from his DJ position.

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Swift countersued Mueller, claiming she was sexually assaulted.