After months and months of headlines and controversies, Kesha has decided to drop her charges of sexual misconduct against producer Dr. Luke in her New York case.

According to Billboard, the songstress told a judge Friday (Aug. 12, 2016) that she is no longer relying on her alleged abuse defense in her assertion that Luke violated her recording contract.

Besides her vocals on Zedd’s “True Colors,” she hasn’t released music since 2013 and has submitted 28 new songs to Kemosabe (Luke’s Sony imprint), which appears to be a bid to get her career back on track.

This new development comes just weeks after the singer dropped her charges against the producer in her California case.

Facebook Comments