Kesha sent temperatures soaring as she took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a very suggestive snap.
The singer, 34, certainly turned up the heat as she flashed her ample assets in a lace bra and plunging white top while looking seductively up at the camera.
Sporting a delicate gold Louis Vuitton padlock necklace, she donned a pair of navy jeans and wore her bleached blonde tresses in a chic middle parting.
Hot stuff: Kesha sent temperatures soaring as she flashed her ample assets in a lace bra and plunging white top in a Wednesday Instagram post
Wow! ‘The nipples are the eyes of the face – @biminibabes,’ the Tik Tok songstress teased in her caption
‘The nipples are the eyes of the face – @biminibabes,’ the Tik Tok songstress teased in her caption, while tagging RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s Bimini Bon-Boulash.
It comes after Sony was denied a request to protect record contract details and other financial plans in Kesha’s ongoing legal battle with Lukasz ‘Dr. Luke’ Gottwald.
New York Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter denied Sony’s request and ordered that contracts, business plans and financial records be unsealed in a matter of days, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Kesha’s legal battle with her former producer Dr. Luke has been ongoing since 2014 when she filed a lawsuit alleging he raped her in a hotel more than 15 years ago.
Beauty: She looked seductively up at the camera while wearing her bleached blonde tresses in a chic middle parting
The judge’s ruling on Tuesday will pave the way for the public to learn more about music deal making than ever before.
Part of the ongoing battle revolves around how much Kesha has been paid for her work as an artist, which has all been kept secret and will be made public soon.
Sony Music had argued that the release of details such as royalty rates, artist advances, producer fees and recording budgets would cause ‘substantial harm’ to the company.
They also argued that, in terms of their record contract with Kesha, if those details were to be made public, ‘Sony’s competitors would likely use it to encourage artists and producers to sign with other record companies, instead of Sony.’
Kesha’s attorneys at O’Melveny stated, ‘That is a stunning admission of the unreasonableness of Sony’s deal terms for Kesha’s albums.
Feud: It comes after Sony Music was denied a request to protect record contract details and other financial plans in Kesha’s ongoing legal battle with Lukasz ‘Dr. Luke’ Gottwald (pictured in 2014)
‘Sony, at bottom, may be embarrassed about the terms of the deal under which it is requiring Kesha––a Grammy-nominated artist who has generated enormous amounts of money for the label––to continue to work, but that is not a valid basis on which to keep the information confidential,’ the statement added.
Both Kesha and Dr. Luke’s teams have been preparing for the upcoming trial, with the O’Melveny team stating they plan on showing how her shoddy contract helped hide the ongoing abuse.
‘Dr. Luke is suing Kesha for breaching her contract with his production company, and Kesha will show at trial that the paltry deal terms and nearly a decade of never-actually-fulfilled promises to improve the contract is one of the manipulative tools that Dr. Luke used to coerce Kesha into keeping silent about his abuse,’ the statement read.
The judge is allowing Sony to redact personal identifying information and contact details for its employees, though the details about the contracts and financials will still come to light.
‘Any other asserted privacy interest Sony has in its records, many of which are quite old, is overwhelmingly outweighed by the public’s right to fully understand the parties’ contentions regarding the substantial damages sought by plaintiffs,’ Schechter said in her brief.
Kesha initially sued Dr. Luke back in October 2014, claiming he sexually assaulted and harassed her over 10 years of working together.
Dr. Luke countersued over the rape charge while Kesha filed another countersuit that his claims of defamation have no merit and are subjected to a law intended to protect free speech from frivolous litigation.
Schechter will soon start ruling over what evidence will be admissible in the trial.
Angry: Kesha initially sued Dr. Luke back in October 2014, claiming he sexually assaulted and harassed her over 10 years of working together (pictured in 2021)