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This isn't even close to being over…
These documents include email chains between the producer (aka Lukasz Gottwald), Kesha's managers, and her assistant.
And unlike the "out of context" emails the Tik Tok singer's team leaked last week, the fuller picture doesn't always paint the Kemosabe Records founder as the bad guy.
The emails, which range in date from 2010 to 2016, show discussions about Kesha's diet and appearance between her manager Monica Cornia and her assistant Tessa Schonder — in which the two note they should keep "junk food" away from the singer.
This shifts some of the blame off Luke, who in last week's documents was painted as the only one who spoke about her weight.
Kesha's emails also hinted at a dispute over her song lyrics for Crazy Kids, in which her manager alleged that Luke told the performer:
ICYMI, the alleged messages were exchanged between the producer and the 29-year-old's manager Monica Cornia — and were meant to demonstrate the abusive nature of Dr. Luke's relationship with the songstress, both personally and professionally.
The Kemosabe Records founder's attorney, Christine Lepera, released a statement shortly after the "out-of-context" emails were given to the press saying:
"Kesha and her attorneys continue to mislead by refusing to disclose the larger record of evidence showing the bad faith of Kesha Sebert and her representatives which is greatly damaging to them. It also shows the tremendous support that Dr. Luke provided Kesha regarding artistic and personal issues, including Kesha's own concerns over her weight."
Lepera went on to say that "Dr. Luke looks forward to full vindication in Court":
We're not sure this is ever going to end!
In the latest Kesha Vs. Dr. Luke AKA Lukasz Gottwald saga, the singer's legal team reportedly released emails on Wednesday — including one where the Kemosabe Records founder openly criticizes the blonde for breaking a juice cleanse.
This comes nearly a year after an NYC judge said the Tik Tok artist could not walk away from her exclusive recording contract with Sony and the producer.
The new emails between Luke and Kesha's manager Monica Cornia provide proof that he was in fact emotionally terse and not understanding of Kesha's eating disorder.
Check out the alleged exchange (below)!
This situation only gets messier and messier.
Most recently, the Tik Tok artist claimed he wasn't allowing her to release new music despite handing over twenty new songs!
In response, Luke has decided to claim to a New York judge that Kesha has actually failed to pay him over a million dollars in royalties. On Monday, his legal team, Christine Lepera and Jeffrey Movit, presented more details of their contract:
"Plaintiffs have paid Kesha her royalties for all relevant accounting periods, while Kesha baselessly refuses to pay Plaintiffs the much larger sums she owes them. In December 2016 alone, Defendant received payments under her contracts with Plaintiffs in excess of $650,000. In sharp contrast, Defendant admits that she owes Plaintiff KMI over $1.3 million in ancillary royalties that she has failed to pay."
While the 29-year-old isn't making new music, she did agree to pay his company, Kasz Money, 10 percent of her net receipts anytime someone uses her name or likeness. She also has to pay him "the greater of 10 percent of her net tour receipts or 5 percent of adjusted gross tour receipts".
And if you count her Coachella appearance last year, the singer apparently has yet to do so.
Luke's team also claims he has in no way interfered with Kesha recording new music:
Kylie Jenner started wigs, and apparently Taylor Swift started glitter lips!
During a BTS clip of the I Don't Wanna Live Forever video shoot, Swifty can be seen getting red glitter applied to her lips, which gets her super excited.
But it also makes her a little delusional, as she says:
"What we're doing right now is a glitter lip that I've seen on shoots and on the runway and stuff, but I haven't really seen people do it in a music video or anything."
Well then, she must have a very short memory!
The legal drama between Kesha and Dr. Luke AKA Lukasz Gottwald is far from over!!
In fact, the music producer has added a defamation claim in his lawsuit against the songstress on Monday over a text message she sent to Lady GaGa. As we previously reported, the message was added into evidence for the case earlier this month.
According to court docs, the text was sent to the Million Reasons singer on February 26, 2016, and Luke's legal team alleges it was part of a "malicious campaign to destroy Gottwald's reputation and career."
While the contents of the text have been sealed by a judge, the 43-year-old claims the Tik Tok artist
In a new feature with Noisey, the 29-year-old gets emotional when discussing her legal drama and where she wants to take her music next (it might not be what you expect!).
The Tik Tok songstress broke down in tears when reflecting on her time fighting for herself in court, saying: