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.
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.
Smell those roses, girl, you deserve this.
During an interview on the Australian radio station KIIS 106.5, Kelly Clarkson expanded on her previous assertion that producer Dr. Luke, who has been accused of sexual assault by Kesha, is not someone she thinks particularly highly of. Clarkson called him a liar, and cast further aspersions on his character.
On March 5, 2016, the Human Rights Campaign honored Kesha with their Visibility Award, bestowed upon “high profile individuals who use their platform to advance and advocate for the LGBT movement.” She accepted the award through tears, beginning with an earnest thank you to all those who have shown her support during…
Rumors about Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s romantic relationship have been filling the darker corners of the internet since they were photographed whispering simple sentences to each other at the Golden Globes, but until today, no clear photos of Ploom engaging in public displays of affection have been published.
Even though they occasionally break actual news, Radar Online is mostly known for sensationalizing the already sensational world of celebrity gossip by turning stories up to eleven. And this week they didn’t just live up to their reputation; they proved that we had all expected far too little from their kooky little…
Days after a New York court ruled that singer Kesha was still under contract with the Sony label managed by her alleged abuser Dr. Luke, the pop star finally posted a message to fans and other music industry peers in reaction to their influx of support.
Dr. Luke went on an ill-advised Twitter tirade on Monday afternoon, addressing the lawsuit filed by his former protégé Kesha. On February 19th, a judge denied Kesha’s request for a preliminary injunction, ruling that the artist is still contractually tied to Dr. Luke despite her sexual assault claims against him.
The main reason that the conflict between Kesha and Dr. Luke feels both so unbalanced (the people are seemingly on Kesha’s side, the court on Dr. Luke’s) and obscure (we wonder how anyone is arguing that an artist should work under the name of her alleged abuser, and why this conflict has been worked out in this…
On Friday, a New York Supreme Court judge ruled that, despite Kesha’s allegations that Dr. Luke drugged and abused her both sexually and verbally, the singer must remain tethered to his Kemosabe record label.