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Kesha Breaks Down as Courts Force Her to Work with Alleged Rapist

Two weeks ago, Kesha received some good news from a New York judge and we naïvely thought that this was the tip of the iceberg for the rest of the singer’s career. We were fooling ourselves. Earlier Friday, another New York judge denied the singer’s motion for preliminary injunction.

The injunction would grant Kesha the ability to work with other producers, record labels and publishers to release new music. Kesha’s attorney Mark Geragos cited in court documents:

Her brand value has fallen, and unless the Court issues this injunction, Kesha will suffer irreparable harm, plummeting her career past the point of no return.

Oh, yeah… she’s being given opportunity to record with her rapist. The singer sobbed in the courtroom as the decision was delivered.

The judge, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich, upheld Kesha’s contract with Sony. Kornreich asserted the label would suffer “irreparable harm” if Kesha’s contract were to be voided. A multi-billion dollar international cooperation won’t bounce back from the loss of one singer, but the singer will not suffer irreparable harm from being forced with work with her rapist. A rapist who allegedly fed her alcohol and pills before assaulting her in California after her 18th birthday. A rapist who never faced criminal charges. Sony will continue to back him while torturing Kesha because $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$.

So rape doesn’t even void contracts with Sony.

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She probably was raped by Dr Luke but isn’t the contract with Sony? She signed a shitty multi-record contract like Prince but she’s choosing to push the victim angle. Didn’t Sony agree to allow Kesha to record with another producer? I don’t see how they couldn’t treat her claims as true.

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