This isn't great news for Kesha.
In her post, she explained that she is still willing to work with Sony, who owns the producer's Kemosabe Records label, as long as the company is able to break the bond between her and the music maker.
However, an attorney for the corporation told the New York Times that while they aren't requiring the pop princess to work with her alleged abuser, they aren't able to eradicate her contract with him, saying:
"Sony has made it possible for Kesha to record without any connection, involvement or interaction with Luke whatsoever, but Sony is not in a position to terminate the contractual relationship between Luke and Kesha."
In fact, the legal rep admitted that only her supposed assailant can be the one to free her from her binding agreement, because she's signed to a separate deal with Luke's production company, Kasz Money.
The lawyer added: