Taylor Swift is sticking up for herself!

The singer's account of allegedly being groped by radio DJ David Mueller during a 2013 photo op has just gone public after the judge in the defamation case filed by the Denver radio host released a transcript of Swift's deposition.

The court documents reveal the pop star claimed she felt “violated” after the DJ put his hands on her backstage at a meet-and-greet after a June 2013 concert.

In the deposition Swift said:
    “Right as the moment came for us to pose for the photo, he took his hand and put it up my dress and grabbed onto my ass cheek and no matter how much I scooted over it was still there … It was completely intentional, I’ve never been so sure of anything in my life.”

Mueller is suing the 26-year-old because he claims he lost his job at Denver’s KYGO station after she falsely accused him of groping her backstage. Apparently, Mueller claims he "accidentally" touched her.

Despite that claim, there's a report that later the same night, Mueller ran into a co-worker and bragged that he'd grabbed Swift's butt during the photo.

Swift has not taken this lying down -- the superstar counter-sued Mueller for sexual assault and battery in October 2015.

On Friday, a judge ruled that a photograph from the incident would not be made public because if he were to release it, it might taint the jury pool. However, the judge denied Swift’s request to withhold other evidence from the public, including her July deposition.