Kesha's mother is speaking out about her daughter's inability to record new music without 'the rapist.'
Said one music insider in an affidavit, "...if Kesha cannot immediately resume recording and having her music promoted, marketed, and distributed by a major label, her career is effectively over."
If you’re looking to lose all faith in the moral compass of your fellow humans, look no further than a recent survey Billboard allegedly sent out to top-tier music executives.
Dr. Luke is facing another lawsuit, but this time it's for allegedly copying one of the most famous and widely used percussive beats in music history.
The Kesha-Dr. Luke legal battle gets more grim with each passing day.
A California judge ruled that a stipulation in their contract means any legal disputes must be dealt with in New York.
Kesha is suing Sony Music Entertainment, claiming they "forced an abusive relationship" to continue between her and producer Dr. Luke, knowing that he had a penchant for "abusive conduct."
In a new development with the Kesha and Dr. Luke sexual assault case, it looks like Kesha's mother, Pebe Sebert, is now countersuing Dr. Luke for emotional distress and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Lily Allen decided to draw attention to the sexual assault suit Kesha filed against Dr. Luke earlier this month by dressing up as Dr. Luke for Halloween. Well, her version of Dr. Luke, anyway.
In the continued back-and-forth lawsuit between Kesha and Dr. Luke, it appears as though Kesha refuted claims of sexual assault from Dr. Luke during an unrelated lawsuit three years ago.