Most recently, producer Dr. Luke demanded that Kesha’s medical records be released. He wants to use the information to disprove the singer’s claim that he raped her.
Dr. Luke stated that Kesha waived any right to therapist-patient confidentiality by citing “physical, emotional and sexual trauma” as a reason to try to break her contract with him.
The “We R Who We R” singer argued that this privilege is in place for a reason, and that it protects “a person’s innermost thoughts and feelings.”
A Manhattan court will rule on the issue in the near future. If the judge rules in favor of Dr. Luke, other rape victims could potentially have their therapy sessions exposed.Read more to get the story on Kesha and Dr. Luke so far: