The singer and David Sonenberg have both agreed on a deal that settles a 14 million dollars lawsuit.
Ke$ha and her former manager David Sonenberg have reached the middle in their legal battle. Although the terms are not disclosed, the "TiK ToK" hitmaker and Sonenberg struck a deal that was "agreeable to all concerned", a representative of her told New York Post.
Sonenberg sued Ke$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.
"Warrior", Ke$ha's second studio album, was released in the United States on December 4 with Dr. Luke as the executive producer. She streamed the entire album for free on iTunes last month. The album also boasts collaborations from The Black Keys' Patrick Carne, Fun.'s Nate Ruess, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, Ben Folds, and Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am.
On another news, Ke$ha has been named one of the performers of MTV's Club NYE 2013. She, along with Ne-Yo, Sean Kingston, Rita Ora and Conor Maynard will accompany the crowds at Times Square starting 11 P.M. on December 31. The Knocks will serve as house DJ while Snooki, JWoww and comedian Jeff Dye will serve as hosts.