Kesha files protective order to prevent Dr. Luke from publicizing her medical records
The legal battle, starting in 2014 with sexual assault accusations, between the singer and her producer, continues.
Kesha was forced to submit over 900 pages of court-ordered medical documents in the ongoing legal proceedings between her and Dr. Luke, the producer she accused of sexually, physically, and emotionally abusing her in 2014.
On Monday, the 29-year-old singer filed a protective order against Dr. Luke to keep the information in those documents — which include “gynecological, psychiatric, and rehabilitation records going back more than ten years,” — confidential, according to E! News. Dr. Luke has rejected the confidentiality request and claims that he has a right to use the medical information “without condition.”
This is a messy case that has involved lawsuits in multiple states and coming from both sides. Dr. Luke vehemently denied all of the allegations made against him, and worked with Sony to force Kesha to continue to work with him under the terms of her contract. We’re side-eyeing him, hard.