Oh wow this keeps getting trickier by the day!
Kesha recently filed a lawsuit against her longtime producer Dr. Luke alleging that he verbally, physically, sexually, and emotionally abused her since she was 18 years old.
Well, Dr. Luke filed a lawsuit right back claiming that everything Kesha is saying is untrue.
[ Related: Kesha's Abuse Lawsuit Gets Messier With Leaked Email! ]
However, the lawsuit is gaining even more credibility because insiders are saying that while Kesha was at rehab back in January she spilled EVERYTHING to her doctors.
Reportedly, during the treatment for her eating disorder, Kesha 'spontaneously' spilled stories of all the abuse she endured from Dr. Luke, and those notes from the doctors will be used as evidence against him!
As for why she didn't go to the police?
The doctors claim she had a sort of Stockholm syndrome because she'd been with him for eight years and had lost her 'free will.'
BUT, a rep for Dr. Luke is fighting against the allegations saying they're 'preposterous.'
'That's preposterous. Just because someone says something to a doctor doesn't mean they weren't fabricated or part of an overall pre-planned campaign.
Her statements are false. It is important to note that these are just the latest in a series of bizarre public statements and actions by Kesha and her mother over the years, including Kesha's claim her vagina is 'haunted,' her drinking her own urine on her reality show, and her mother dressing up as a penis on the television show.'
Yikes! If this heads to court, it's going to be VERY dirty.
What do YOU think about this whole legal battle?
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