Judge Rules Kesha's Sexual Assault Allegations Aren't Enough To Free Her From Contract
Waylan Choy stashed this in Contractual Woes
On Friday, a judge denied her injunction to record outside of Sony, ruling that she can still work with another producer for the label. The decision came after the judge shot down her lawyer's claims that Sony was "setting her up to fail" and won't promote her music should she work with someone aside from Gottwald.
Under her contract, Kesha is obligated to make three more records with Gottwald's label. While Sony has offered to let her work with a different producer, her attorney Mark Geragos told The Huffington Post it remains unclear if any new music will be released under another Sony imprint.
Geragos called Sony’s offer to work with other producers a “small step,” though they wanted “complete separation from Luke. So we're going to move forward and we're going to get her that. She doesn't have to be victimized repeatedly by this guy."
Geez, poor Kesha!