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Finger-pointing in superstar Kesha lawsuit claiming Dr. Luke assaulted her

by Jody Jameson, Contributor

New details emerge during legal battle

New records were revealed in the legal battle between Kesha and Dr. Luke that show the singer’s management team was concerned about her “erratic” behavior.

Emails between Kesha’s management team have been added to court documents by producer Dr. Luke’s lawyers in the legal battle that began in 2014, as reported by Rolling Stone. The suit started when Kesha, 29, sued the producer for being “emotionally and physically abusive.” The new emails show that even Kesha’s management team was concerned about her weight gain, and how she began to behave at that time.

The emails between the managers started with one manager saying that Kesha seemed like she had been taking drugs, and that her behavior was extreme, even for “Kesha standards.”

“She really sounds like someone who is doing drugs soo erratic. a couple of hours ago all is going well now she wants to dump the whole lot. this doesn’t feel right even with Kesha standards.”

The other replied by saying that Kesha “is nuts!!!” and that they shouldn’t leave junk food out when Kesha is around.

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An email sent in 2010 shows that Dr. Luke supported Kesha, and even complimented her when she was feeling self-conscious.

‘”I know you said you looked like a lesbo but I disagree — you looked radiant and beautiful. I’m proud of you and love you very much. xo L.”

Dr. Luke is now suing Kesha for defamation. He claims that she damaged his reputation.

As the legal suit continues, Kesha may be in danger of financial ruin. The singer claimed that Dr. Luke was cutting her off from her finances and bank accounts as a way to “punish” her for defending herself. This followed a statement by Dr. Luke that the singer was on a ‘malicious campaign to destroy’ his career and ruin is reputation.

Even Katy Perry and Lady Gaga have been thrown into the middle of the lawsuit. Texts from April of 2016 between the pop stars were brought in as evidence in the case. The judge allowed Dr. Luke to show the messages in court.

[Feature Photo: AP/Richard Shotwell/Invision]

Jody Jameson is up-and-coming journalist who's been featured in national news publications for her in-depth crime stories coverage. Her passion lies within helping women and children, in hopes of bringing awareness to abuse, exploitation, and rights violations. In her personal time, Jody has done summer volunteer work at The Boys and Girls Club, and worked as a peer assistant for PALS, a program that assists underprivileged kids. During her time in sorority, Kappa Kappa Gama, Jody volunteered in the Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program, which raises money to supply books to children in need.