The Timber singer is trying to get out of her contract legally after claiming her former producer raped her. But so far all she's gotten is sued by Gottwald for trying to ruin his name with the allegations.
Kesha previously tried to get out of her contract by describing her alleged rape as a hate crime on the part of Dr. Luke — but that was rebuffed.
This time, she attempted to amend her countersuit against the producer, trying two new tactics to argue her case.
In the first, she argued recording artists should have a legal backdoor available to them, like divorce for married couples. Her argument went: