Kesha Files Protective Order To Keep Dr. Luke From Releasing Over 900 Pages Of 'Personal Medical Records'
Kesha is not backing down!
As the songstress is currently battling Dr. Luke and Sony Music over sexual assault allegations, she's making sure her private medical records don't ever see the light of day.
On Monday, the 29-year-old filed legal papers to ensure "personal medical records, any diagnoses, or the names of any of her medical providers" can't be made public, as it's previously been revealed she's been ordered by court to hand them over to the music producer.
The over 900 pages of information "including gynecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation records going back more than ten years" are at risk of being released, according to her lawyer James Pearl. In case you didn't know, Dr. Luke, AKA Lukasz Gottwald, actually rejected the "protective order of confidentiality", and claims he can use her info "without condition."
According to E!, the legal docs cite her reasoning to keep her info confidential: