Last month, among the dramatic court proceedings, New York Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich rejected Kesha's request for a preliminary injunction that would have stopped Dr. Luke from getting involved in her decision to sign to another label while the case played out. Mark Geragos, Kesha's lawyer, argued in the latest paperwork that Kornreich made the wrong decision once she stated that Kesha "could record without interference" from Dr. Luke.

Her lawyer wrote that although the judge "recognized that 'slavery was done away with a long time ago and that 'you can't force someone to work in a situation in which they don't want to work,'" the court's ruling continues to allow this in relation to Kesha and her working relationship with Dr. Luke, the man who allegedly raped and abused her.