Kesha's legal team also said that Dr. Luke intentionally included the allegation that she started the rumor in court papers that he knew would become public.
The music producer’s team slammed Kesha in a statement after the court papers became public on Wednesday.
The woman alleges that despite being assured that the birth would not be filmed, cameras were surreptitiously filming from behind a curtain.
The actor, who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault in October, said she believed the drugs could have been planted in her wallet.
The lawsuit alleges it all started when Bieber reached over and grabbed the man's $500 Versace sunglasses without permission.
Weinstein's attorney said the Hollywood mogul intends to "vigorously defend against these unsupported allegations that he strongly denies."
"To be questioned like this, I understand why women don’t come forward when they were raped."
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is reportedly facing the first criminal consequences to come out of dozens of women accusing him of sexual assault.
Federline said in court papers that he earns only $34,000 a year and has no savings.
Faith Rodgers, 20, claimed the singer knowingly gave her herpes during their abusive yearlong relationship.
Stephanie Adams and her 7-year-old son were found dead Friday on a second-story balcony of the Gotham Hotel in New York, authorities said.
"I'm heartbroken," the singer said. "He is saying that he didn’t do it, but I know in my heart that he did."
The woman alleges Brown handed each female guest a pill and instructed them to have "a good time." Instead, her attorney says, she got a night of horror.
A woman filed a police report in South Carolina against the Bravo star and former state treasurer alleging he raped her at his home.
The women claim they were either fired or demoted after their allegations against the veteran news anchor were made public.
"We just couldn’t get Josh to court," his attorney told BuzzFeed News.
After news of the video's existence emerged last year, Hart posted an apology to Instagram, saying, "I gotta do better and I will."
"Each of us is walking away with that sense of peace, knowing we performed our duty in the manner it deserved."
"I didn’t know whether to laugh, cry, jump up and down, dance, sing, yell, or get crazy," one accuser told BuzzFeed News.
The 80-year-old comedian now faces up to 30 years in prison if the judge hands down the maximum sentence.