The record producer has submitted documents to the court where he claims the previous emails Kesha made available to the court - where he allegedly criticised her weight - were taken out of context.
One of Dr. Luke's attorneys, Jeffrey M. Movit, said in court documents obtained by People magazine: ''Kesha's attempt to bolster her false claims of purported 'abuse' with three emails falls so flat that it demonstrates how far she will go to purposefully misrepresent the truth. These emails do not remotely reflect any 'abuse' by [Luke], or any other type of behaviour that could ever justify voiding her contracts.
''When viewed in the context of other emails that Kesha failed to provide the Court, it becomes crystal clear that Kesha's accusations against [Luke] are false. Kesha's efforts to paint [Luke] as 'abusive' is a damaging fiction and conceals what was really going on. It is particularly outrageous given that Kesha's own managers repeatedly called Kesha's behavior 'crazy' and 'abusive,' going as far as to call her 'nuts,' 'mental' and 'off her rocker.'''
Kesha previously alleged Dr. Luke criticised her weight in 2012 in a number of emails between him and her manager Monica Cornia.
Dr. Luke allegedly wrote: ''Nobody was calling anybody out. We were having a discussion on how she can be more disciplined with her diet. There have been many times we have all witnessed her breaking her diet plan. This particular time - it happened to be diet coke and turkey while on an all juice fast ... A list songwriters and producers are reluctant to give Kesha their songs because of her weight.''
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