Kesha (formerly known as Ke$ha) took producer Dr. Luke to court last October under accusations that he drugged, abused, and raped her while signed to his label. Sources say, if a decision isn’t made on the case soon, her career will be over.
“Kesha is at an impasse,” her attorney, Mark Geragos, reported. “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.”
Jim Urie, former CEO of Universal Music Group, provided input as well, stating “If Kesha cannot immediately resume recording… her career is effectively over.”
Dr. Luke and company have stayed focus on their one claim: that Kesha is extorting him for his money.
Well, Dr. Luke…