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Legal Matters News Archive
It looks like there's hope for Kesha's career after all!
Sony opened up about the potential project in a statement, saying:
"Creating a new album takes time, and everyone's goal is to deliver a high quality album consistent with Kesha's past releases. We hope to share exciting new music with Kesha's fans soon."
And, Sony is insisting that everyone involved is working "to keep the process moving forward."
However, the TiK ToK performer's attorney, Daniel Petrocelli, isn't entirely convinced that Sony is serious, saying progress hadn't been made until after their most recent court appearance:
Another victory for Taylor Swift!
Earlier this week, the pop princess asked a judge to seal photos that seem to show the sweet singer allegedly getting groped, regarding her case against a Denver DJ.
In case you don't remember, the 26-year-old is locked in a legal battle with David Mueller, who sued her for claiming he grabbed her bum at a 2013 concert.
David insists he didn't grope the superstar, but got fired as a result of the songstress' allegations. Mr. Mueller says it was actually his boss, Eddie Haskell, who felt her up.
As a result, TayTay countersued, and now, the judge has sided with the blonde beauty when it comes to those scandalous snaps.
When the former country crooner requested to seal the provocative pics, she argued that they would make it hard to select a truly impartial jury.
And, the judge agrees, saying:
Kim Kardashian Demands Public Apology & Retraction From Writer Who Claimed Paris Robbery Was A 'Publicity Stunt Gone Horribly Wrong'
Kim Kardashian West has had just about enough of people questioning her — and rightfully so!
As you surely know, the 36-year-old (HBD, Kimmy!) was left badly shaken when a group of thieves bound, gagged, and robbed her of millions of dollars in jewelry while she was in Paris earlier this month for Fashion Week.
Because the Internet is a crazzzy place, rumors and conspiracy theories went rampant as to whether or not the horrifying incident actually took place.
Another case in point, the reality star's team sent a letter to Huffington Post contributor Sharika Soal demanding a retraction and an apology for writing the Paris robbery was a "publicity stunt gone horribly wrong" in her October 8 post for the blog — or else she'll sue.
In the legal letter, Kim's attorney