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Ke$ha Settles Lawsuit With Former Manager

December 6, 2012 (6:43 pm) GMT
The singer and David Sonenberg have both agreed on a deal that settles a 14 million dollars lawsuit.
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and her former manager David Sonenberg have reached the middle in their legal battle. Although the terms are not disclosed, the "TiK ToK" hitmaker and Sonenberg struck a deal that was "agreeable to all concerned", a representative of her told New York Post.

Sonenberg sued Ke$ha for ditching him for songwriter Lukasz Gottwald aka Dr. Luke. He asked for $14 million from Ke$ha and $12 million from Dr. Luke for the loss. However, Ke$ha fought back by countersuing Sonenberg, claiming he had been an illegal talent agent.

"", Ke$ha's second studio album, was released in the United States on December 4 with Dr. Luke as the executive producer. She streamed the entire album for free on iTunes last month. The album also boasts collaborations from ' Patrick Carne, 's , ' Wayne Coyne, , and ' .

On another news, Ke$ha has been named one of the performers of MTV's Club NYE 2013. She, along with , , and will accompany the crowds at Times Square starting 11 P.M. on December 31. The Knocks will serve as house DJ while , and comedian Jeff Dye will serve as hosts.

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