Pop star Kesha Sebert has followed up her bombshell lawsuit against producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald with an amended complaint that adds Sony Music as a defendant for allegedly supporting and ratifying his behavior.
In Los Angeles Superior Court, Kesha previously claimed that Luke, 41, drugged and “forced himself” on her, threatened to take away her publishing rights, and constantly belittled her appearance, driving her to bulimia.
She’s now turned her attention to Sony and alleges in new papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter that record labels are desperate for “pop sensations” amid declining sales. Thus, the company has made a “substantial investment” — $60 million in fact — in Dr. Luke for his ability to develop “catchy and creative talent.”