Spin is reporting that Kesha has pushed for a preliminary injunction in the ongoing legal battle against her alleged sexual abuser Dr. Luke.
Until this Court rules on the declaratory judgment claim, Kesha is at an impasse. She cannot work with music producers, publishers, or record labels to release new music. With no new music to perform, Kesha cannot tour. Off the radio and stage and out of the spotlight, Kesha cannot sell merchandise, receive sponsorships, or get media attention. Her brand value has fallen, and unless the Court issues this injunction, Kesha will suffer irreparable harm, plummeting her career past the point of no return.
On Monday in a New York court, Gottwald and his attorneys filed suit against Geragos for the "horrific, outrageous and maliciously false assertion that [Gottwald] raped the world famous musical artist Lady Gaga." The lawsuit claims Geragos' comments were intended to "humiliate and severely damage" Gottwald's public image. It also blasts Geragos for keeping his comments online after Gaga publicly refuted the alleged rape accusation.
According to TMZ, Kesha has filed a lawsuit against producer Dr. Luke for alleged sexual assault and battery.
In one instance, Kesha claims he forced her to snort something before getting on a plane … and during the trip he forced himself on her while she was drugged. On another occasion, Kesha claims after forcing her to drink with him, Dr. Luke gave her what he called "sober pills." Kesha claims she woke up the following afternoon, naked in Dr. Luke's bed, sore, sick … and with no memory of how she got there.
After radio stations decided to pull Ke$ha's "Die Young" from rotation following the recent tragedy in Newtown, CT, she responded with a string of tweets that she has since cleared up in a statement on her website.
Ke$ha will be releasing her new album, Warrior, on December 4th. The first single entitled "Die Young" will hit digital outlets on September 25th and was written by Nate Ruess of fun. and Dr. Luke. You can check out a teaser for the song in the replies.
There's a video in the replies where Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips describes the new blood-filled vinyl pressing of The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends. Only 10 of these records are being made and they include real-life blood from Ke$ha, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), a couple members of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Chris Martin (Coldplay). Each of the vinyl cost $2,500 and 100 percent of the profits will be donated to the Oklahoma Humane Society and the Academy of Contemporary Music.