Posted on Tue Jan 25, 2011 12:30 PM PDT
Ke$ha's former managers are asking the Manhattan Supreme Court to speed up proceedings on their $14 million lawsuit against the star because they're afraid she'll run out of money before they get their payday.
In papers filed, her management company, DAS Communications, contends that Ke$ha "is a very young and inexperienced artist whose 'star' may not continue to rise."
They go on to warn that "Although she has made an incredible amount of money in a very short period of time, in large part due to DAS' efforts on her behalf, she could just as easily lose money if not properly guided."
Ke$ha was sued by her former managers over the summer, saying she cut them off after being pressured by songwriter Dr. Luke, whom they are seeking an additional $12 million from.
Ke$ha has filed a countersuit against them, claiming they illegally acted as her agent.
Ke$ha denies any wrongdoing, claiming she simply exercised her right to fire the managers when they didn't perform.
Her attorney, Charles Ortner said in a statement, "This lawsuit seeks to require her to pay him commissions on her RCA/Jive record deal that he had nothing to do with, long after she terminated him in writing."
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