In a filing that will be heard October 26, Kesha has asked for a standard protective order to safeguard her many gynecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation medical records from the past 10 years, which she handed over to Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald’s legal team as part of her sexual assault lawsuit against him. He has refused her request.
In August, Kesha dropped her lawsuit against Dr. Luke in California in order to concentrate on the case in New York. She is also back to recording music, though her contract still ties her to the man she claimed sexually assaulted her. In this latest development, BuzzFeed News reports that Dr. Luke’s legal team says Kesha waived her right to privacy by “publicly disclosing details of her alleged medical diagnoses and treatments and putting them at issue in this case, all in an effort to bolster her baseless claims against our clients.”