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Some good news has arrived for Kesha in her never ending legal battle with her former collaborator and super-producer, Dr. Luke. As you know, the pop star has been in the middle of a war against the hitmaker after she accused him of sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally abusing her since the beginning of their working relationship in 2005.

Luke has denied the allegations, countersuing the pop star and her mother Pebe Sebert with claims that the duo are trying to "extort [him] into releasing Kesha from her exclusive recording agreement with [him]." He also filed suit against Sebert and her manager, Jack Rovner, claiming that the pair are pushing forward a smear campaign against him.

E! Online reported that a New York Supreme Court judge tossed out his claims earlier this week, and Pebe celebrated the good news via Twitter.

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In the meantime, Kesha isn't allowed to record new songs with any other producers aside from Luke, so she'll have to patiently await for the next court hearing on February 19 when she asks a judge to get back to work with one condition. She works with absolutely any other collaborator aside from her accuser.

To support Kesha's fight for freedom, make sure you retweet her mother's tweet below!

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