As we previously reported, the Tik Tok artist asked a NYC judge on Monday for a protective order on more than 900 pages of gynecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation records so that they could not be made public amid her legal battle with Dr. Luke and Sony Music.
On Wednesday, the judge signed off on sealing Kesha's medical records in order to protect the songstress and "insulate her from unnecessary embarrassment."
The opinion reads:
"Given the extraordinary media attention to this action to date, which among other things has resulted in threats to the court and demonstrations, the court finds the foregoing protective order is warranted."
We'll keep you updated on where the case goes from here.
As you may know, Donald has been getting a lot of heat for all the women who've come forward claiming sexual misconduct. But even when talking about a teenager (while he was a tender 58) his comments are unbecoming of a presidential candidate.
Recapping the incident on Facebook, she explained:
"I raised my hand to grab her attention. She said to me, 'Oh no, sweetie. Put your hand down. We are looking for actual physicians or nurses or some type of medical personnel. We don't have time to talk to you.'"
Cross said that she tried to tell the woman she was a doctor, but was "cut off by condescending remarks," continuing:
Taking to Instagram to remember the time he and his "fellowship" members — Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Elijah Wood, Dominic Monaghan, and Billy Boyd — got tattoos of the Elvish number nine in honor of the film, the 39-year-old posted: