Kesha sizzles in REVEALING sheer black dress during dinner date with mom in California
SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA: The 'Tiktok' singer, Kesha, was recently seen in a sheer midi black dress with a robe on top, leaving the viewers with very little to imagine. The 35-year-old, who is famous for her Pop songs and more famous for the case she filed against Dr Luke for sexual assault and battery, was seen looking beautiful in the body-hugging dress. Although she didn't deliver any successful bangers in recent times she surely was seen rocking the see-through black dress with a robe on top. Kesha's dress although see-through had a bateau neckline, a midi length, and laced-up long sleeves. The bold choice to grab dinner in.
The TikTok singer wore only black underwear underneath the revealing dress, making her bust and pert derriere visible.
Kesha styled herself up with some black pump tie-up stilettos, the trending no makeup makeup look, two tiny gold earrings, and had her hair tied up in a high sleek bun.
She used a silk black robe to complete her statement. As per the source, she was spotted having dinner with her mother and a friend in Santa Monica, California.
If you are wondering what happened to the Kesha vs Dr Luke case, don't worry I have got you covered. Kesha's case against Dr Luke is still ongoing and has not yet stumbled upon any final decision. The case was filed by the 'Die Young' singer in October 2014 for infliction of emotional distress, gender-based hate crimes, and employment discrimination. When Gottwald filed a lawsuit in New York Supreme Court in which he sued Sebert and her mother, Rosemary Patricia "Pebe" Sebert, for defamation and breach of contract.
As per The Hollywood Reporter, Kesha has won a major victory against Dr Luke in their long-running legal battle. A New York judge has ruled that in order to win the appeal on his defamation lawsuit against the singer, Dr Luke (real name Lukasz Gottwald) must prove “by clear and convincing evidence” that Kesha acted with malice. Kesha will also be allowed to seek damages and legal-fee repayment.