And she has upped her security so that “if something happens again, we can prove it with video footage from every angle.”
Swift said she never wanted the “traumatizing” assault made public.
Swift, in an interview with The Guardian, said: “You’re supposed to behave yourself in court and say ‘rear end.' The other lawyer was saying, ‘When did he touch your backside?’ And I was like, ‘A—! Call it what it is!’”
Swift, who released new album Lover on Friday, won the 2017 case two months before the #MeToo campaign took off.
This article originally appeared in The Sun.