"I don’t think I need to work with him in the future. I know that.”
The Grammys Nominated Several Accused Abusers, And Here's What The Recording Academy CEO Had To Say About It
Seems like the Grammys are just fine with nominating men with multiple allegations of assault.
"How about all of the women that are accused of being liars and how she was slut shamed in front of the world, how about that?"
The music producer and “Praying” singer have been locked in a legal battle since 2014, when Kesha accused him of rape.
The singer's testimony in a court deposition that was unsealed on Monday is just the latest turn in a long-running legal battle.
The music producer’s team slammed Kesha in a statement after the court papers became public on Wednesday.
The singer, who has been locked in a legal battle with music producer Dr. Luke, dropped an advance track titled "Praying" off the new album, which will come out in August.
Dr. Luke dropped his claim against Pebe Sebert after she walked back earlier allegations that the music producer had raped her daughter.
The controversial music producer is out as the CEO of Kemosabe Records.
The music producer is asking a judge to allow him to add a defamation claim to his ongoing lawsuit against the “Tik Tok” singer after learning of a text claiming he had raped another female recording artist, which he says is untrue.
The super producer is accused of sexually assaulting and abusing Kesha. But will that hurt his business?
The singer contends that unless she is released from her exclusive contract with producer Dr. Luke, who she claims sexually and physically abused her for years, her career will soon be over.
Nine months before her bombshell lawsuit accused super-producer Dr. Luke of date rape and other heinous acts, Kesha opened up about being abused in letters to fans discovered by BuzzFeed News.