Ke$ha seems all party-and-games on the surface but she's facing a real-life lawsuit for $14 million.
The 23-year-old's former management wants the cash from her income allegedly owed to them.
The company, DAS Communications, claims the "young and inexperienced" Ke$ha agreed in 2006 to pay the company 20 per cent of future earnings.
The New York Post reports Ke$ha could have terminated the contract if she didn't land a recording contract with a major label within a year.
A deal never happened but DAS is saying the company continued to represent the singer until 2008 when she signed with agent Dr Luke.
"DAS was Kesha's manager since the beginning of 2006, and there was a written agreement, and they worked closely, and sometime in September 2008 Dr. Luke, for his own personal gain, somehow induced her to breach that contract," DAS's legal representative Ken Freundlich said.
DAS claims Ke$ha "unceremoniously terminated" the contract.
But Kesha's legal team is fighting back claiming the company was acting as an "illegal talent agent".