David Mueller Says He's Having So Much Trouble Finding Job After Taylor Swift Trial, He'll 'Work For Free'

"I've been personally seeking employment since after the concert... Right now I don't have any offers."

By Eric Shorey

Taylor Swift emerged victorious from her legal battle with David Mueller, the radio DJ who groped Swift backstage at a meet-and-greet.

Mueller has since spoken out against the ruling, maintaining his own innocence. Now, in an interview with TMZ, Mueller is desperately seeking employment. 

"I've been personally seeking employment since after the concert ... Right now I don't have any offers. A lot of my friends in radio know that I'd be willing to even work for free," says Mueller, who admits he'd even screen phone calls, a job essentially for interns.

Mueller was fired from his job after accusations from Swift became public. He had attempted to sue Swift for damages, but a judge dismissed the suit.

Mueller is hoping to rebuild his reputation and return to morning radio, which he describes as his "passion."

[Photo: TMZ]

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