'This exact day a year ago, I was not playing a sold-out stadium in Tampa,' she said to fans, Tampa Bay Times reported, 'I was in a courtroom in Denver, Colorado.'

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According to Taste of Country, last week, Taylor Swift's fans at her Reputation tour stop in Florida held up symbolic dollar bills to represent her winning court case against a Colorado radio host, David Mueller. In 2013, Mueller groped her during a meet and greet at the Pepsi Center, and a years-long back-and-forth court battle ensued. Swift won the case on August 14, 2017.

CBS Denver also shared Swift's remarks from the August 14 show:

Swift also expressed an apology to those what aren't believed, because, she says, she doesn't know what turn her life 'would have taken' if people hadn't believed her. Fans shared the message on Twitter.