Uh oh. Legal experts tell HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Kesha ‘doesn’t have any legal grounds to get out of her contract’ with Sony, and if she’s so afraid of Dr. Luke, then she ‘should hire a bodyguard and never be alone with’ him. Unfortunately, that’s probably not what she wants to hear.
Kesha, 28, and her biggest supporters aren’t going to be happy to hear this. Essentially, the “TiK ToK” singer is stuck with her Sony contract and there’s only a 3% chance she’d ever win an appeal after the judge’s unfortunate ruling on Friday, Feb. 19, two top attorneys told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Even worse, it doesn’t even matter if she can prove Dr. Luke raped her, as she alleges. She’d still be stuck in her contract. Find out why.
“Kesha doesn’t have any legal grounds to get out of her contract and that is one of the reasons why the court ruled the way they did,” California Attorney David Pisarra tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “If Kesha complains that she is afraid to be in the room with Dr. Luke, then she should hire a bodyguard, and never be alone with the guy — it’s really simple.”
We know — that sounds totally crazy. But it gets worse. David also goes on to explain why Kesha would still be stuck in her contract, even if she could prove Dr. Luke raped her.
“If Dr. Luke is found guilty of some crime against Kesha, that would not nullify their contract. What it would do is become the basis for a criminal restraining order. The criminal restraining order would say that Dr. Luke and Kesha can not be in the same place at the same time. That would then be a basis to get her out of the contract, with him. But the production company might come back and say let’s get her with a different producer and then she would still have to perform for the production company, in this case, Sony Music,” he says, before adding, “As far as getting out of the contract, it is not going to happen.”
Kesha, however, could appeal the judge’s decision, but Attorney Mychal Wilson told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, “Kesha has a 97% chance of NOT getting the appeal.” That’s so sad. At this time, Kesha is obligated to release six more albums under her contract, which could take years to happen.
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