Dr. Luke Responds To Kesha’s ‘Out Of Context’ Emails With Documents Of His Own — Where He Looks A Lot Less Villainous!

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This isn’t even close to being over├óΓé¼┬ª

In the latest news from Kesha and Dr. Luke‘s FX miniseries-worthy legal battle, the music producer’s team filed documents in response to the emails released by Kesha’s team last week.

These documents include email chains between the producer (aka Lukasz Gottwald), Kesha’s managers, and her assistant.

And unlike the “out of context” emails the Tik Tok singer’s team leaked last week, the fuller picture doesn’t always paint the Kemosabe Records founder as the bad guy.

Related: Dr. Luke Says Kesha Still Owes Him $1.3 Million!

The emails, which range in date from 2010 to 2016, show discussions about Kesha’s diet and appearance between her manager Monica Cornia and her assistant Tessa Schonder — in which the two note they should keep “junk food” away from the singer.

This shifts some of the blame off Luke, who in last week’s documents was painted as the only one who spoke about her weight.

Kesha’s emails also hinted at a dispute over her song lyrics for Crazy Kids, in which her manager alleged that Luke told the performer:

“I don’t give a shit what you want. If you were smart you would go in and sing it.”

These new documents, however, seem to reveal that the producer was more than fine with changing the lyrics. According to HuffPo, he wrote:

“Kesha recorded most of ├óΓé¼╦£Crazy Kids’ and it sounds great… !!!!!!! We love the way it’s written but there are some lyrics she wasn’t comfortable saying in the verses … mostly the part about fighting girls.”

Luke even reportedly outlined the lyrics Kesha wanted to change.

As for his remarks on the singer’s appearance — he was accused of comparing Kesha to a “fucking refrigerator,” prompting her eating disorder — it appears there were also times Luke showed love and support for the singer.

Related: Lady GaGa Caught In The Middle Of Kesha & Dr. Luke’s Drama!

He wrote to the pop star in 2010:

“I know you said you looked like a lesbo but I disagree ├óΓé¼ΓÇó you looked radiant and beautiful. You’re doing exactly what you’re meant to be doing right now. You’re actualizing your dreams. I’m proud of you and love you very much. xo L”

Hmm. This doesn’t necessarily undo the negative comments though…

But the most damaging email chain comes from 2012, in which two of Kesha’s managers, Ken Levitan and Jack Rovner, suggest the singer should “blame” Luke after tweeting about how she was “forced” to sing certain lyrics in Die Young.

Levitan wrote:

“You really need to say something to rani…or tell her to blame it on luke.”

This. Is. Exhausting.

We’re coming on the third anniversary since this legal drama started. If we’ve learned one thing so far, it’s that we apparently can’t handle the truth.

[Image via Instagram.]

Feb 22, 2017 5:28pm PDT

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