After an arduous battle to get her court date against Sony and Dr. Luke to be pushed to an earlier date, Kesha’s lawsuit has officially been dismissed.
Kesha will no longer see her day in court in her legal attempt to be released from her contract with Sony after making allegations of sexual and emotional abuse by collaborator Dr. Luke. After being denied her a preliminary injunction in February, a New York state judge for the case has now completely thrown it out, siding 100% with the label.
This news comes just days after Kesha claimed that Sony would let her out of her contract if she rescinded her statement that Dr. Luke committed a “hate crime” against her by raping her. The judge says that Kesha acted unreasonably but not taking the deal.
The court also noted, with regard to her comments on slavery and hate crimes: “Although [Luke’s] alleged actions were directed to Kesha, who is female, [her claims] do no allege that [Luke] harbored animus toward women or was motivated by gender animus when he allegedly behaved violently toward Kesha.”
Kesha still has a similar open case in Los Angeles.
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