Dr. Luke’s relationship with Sony Music is reportedly on its last legs.
Kesha’s battle to wrest control of her career by being released from producer Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records experienced yet another setback when a judge in New York ruled against her amended countersuit on Tuesday.
In the latest court battle, Dr. Luke has filed a motion to subpoena a Kesha fan for what the producer’s legal team claims is defamation.
Karreuche Tran, former paramour of Grade A dirtbag Chris Brown has filed a restraining order against the singer because he allegedly told some people earlier this month that he was going to kill her.
Dr. Luke has issued a statement in response to a batch of email exchanges leaked via Kesha’s team on Wednesday that appear to show the producer’s controlling side.
A series of disturbing emails allegedly sent from producer Dr. Luke to Kesha and her management team have been released amid their ongoing legal battle.
Last week, the beleaguered pop star Kesha filed a countersuit against Dr. Luke, the Svengali-esque music producer who has allegedly held her music and her creativity in a vise grip, alleging that among other things, he owes her money for royalties that he has not yet paid. Now Dr. Luke is alleging in new papers filed…
Being forced to work under the producer/label boss she accused of abusing her sexually and emotionally has had dire consequences on Kesha’s creative output, according to a new countersuit filed by Kesha’s lawyers. Last year, Kesha’s request for a release from Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records was repeatedly denied by judges.
Kesha has been through a lot in the last few years, most specifically, a complex and exhausting legal battle with producer Dr. Luke. But recently she’s been able to get back to doing what she loves—making music—though, unsurprisingly, feelings about the toll it’s all taken to her name and career are obviously close to…
Wind down what was almost certainly a stressful day—because every second of every day will be continue to be completely unsettling until November 9th—and cozy up with this very good Kesha profile from the New York Times Magazine.
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…
Bringing her “Fuck the World” tour to Brooklyn venue Warsaw last night, Kesha—who remains embroiled in a lawsuit with her former producer and alleged sexual abuser, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald—performed what Billboard described as “defiant,” “fiery,” yet optimistic set. Her fans, captured on video chanting “Fuck Dr.…
On Wednesday, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald filed a second libel lawsuit against Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, for “continuing to publicly defame him” and orchestrating “a campaign of publishing false and shocking accusations,” against him. Dr. Luke filed his first defamation lawsuit against Sebert in 2014.
The judge who threw out Kesha’s abuse claims against her longtime producer at Sony, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, in April may not have been fit to deliver an impartial ruling.
Some pleasant news from one Taylor Swift: the singer has donated $1 million to Louisiana in the wake of a devastating flood that has displaced at least 20,000 people and left 11 dead.
The singer will proceed with her case in New York, appealing an April ruling in which her sexual assault allegations against producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald were dismissed. For now.
During her performance at a Democratic National Convention event in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Kesha took a moment to speak about her ongoing legal battle with her former longtime producer Dr. Luke, as well as spoke out against the dangers of lax gun control laws.
Kesha Rose Sebert, fully embodying the spirit of her beloved butt-rock, is taking her band the Creepies on tour this summer to gritty locales such as Dubuque, Atlantic City, the New York State Fairground in Syracuse, and various incarnations of the Mad Decent Block Party.
After a seemingly contentious back-and-forth as to whether Kesha would be allowed by Dr. Luke and Kemosabe Records to perform at the Billboard Awards, she got there after all—doing the song she said she’d perform all along, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me, Babe,” with Ben Folds. And she got a standing ovation for…