Kesha & Dr. Luke File To Amend Their Court Case Claims & It Gets Even More Complicated — UPDATE

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Even though Kesha's sexual assault case against Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald was dropped last year (Dr. Luke had adamantly denied the claims of abuse), the fight for control over her music career continues, and now, there's been an update that makes the situation even more complicated. During a hearing in New York on Monday, Kesha and Gottwald both filed to enter new amendments to their claims, involving both Kesha's music and the claims she's made against Gottwald in the past. And although a New York judge shut down Kesha's request to get out of her recording contract with Sony before, her proposed amendment is an attempt to try again. Update: According to a Tuesday, March 21 report from The Hollywood Reporter, Judge Shirley Kornreich refused Kesha's "attempt at amended counterclaims."

Earlier: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kesha wants to dissolve her partnership with Gottwald before his contract with Sony is up in March, because her lawyers claim that would leave her working with him and his company without being under Sony's label. Her lawyers also claim that she has not received money she is owed, including royalties from "Timber." Her lawyers' statement to the court claimed:

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The suit goes on to claim that Kesha has recorded new music but that none of it has been approved nor has a release date been set. At this point, she wants their partnership dissolved, because, her lawyers claim, she's must to record three more albums with six songs each to be produced by Dr. Luke before her contract with him is over.

Her lawyers continued and claimed:  

And as for Gottwald, he also filed to enter new information into the case, stating that Kesha allegedly sent a text message to Lady Gaga claiming that Gottwald had raped her and another unnamed artist. His lawyers claimed:

So far, Lady Gaga has yet to issue a statement on these claims. Bustle has reached out to her rep, but did not receive a reply at the time of publication. Gottwald's lawyers' statement continued and claimed:

As for Sony, the company's lawyer told The New York Times in February 2016,

The Hollywood Reporter reports that next week, both Kesha and Gottwald are set to give depositions. This case has been ongoing for more than a year now, and it may not be ending anytime soon. Bustle has reached out to a rep for Kesha for any additional comment regarding the amendments the other side submitted, but did not receive a response at the time of publication. Gottwald's lawyer, Christine Lepera, tells Bustle in a statement:

Editor's Note: This article has been edited to clarify that Kesha and Dr. Luke have filed to amend their court documents.