Sony ended its relationship with music producer Dr. Luke amidst ongoing allegations that he sexually assaulted pop star Kesha, according to Page Six.
“His contract expired at the end of March so he is no longer CEO (of Kemosabe) but he still has a relationship with Sony,” a source told Page Six.
Dr. Luke's profile on Sony Music’s website has been taken down.
Kesha accused Dr. Luke of drugging and raping her and exerting total control over her career in Oct. 2014.
Source: Page Six; photo: Getty Images