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Kesha's custom jacket taken 'accidentally' - report

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Kesha's custom jacket taken 'accidentally' - report

Kesha will soon be reunited with her stolen custom jacket after the alleged culprit came forward and insisted it was taken by mistake.

The Tik Tok singer posted an expletive-ridden video on Instagram on Monday night (08Aug16), claiming her suit jacket, which featured an embroidered tiger and rainbow on the back, had gone missing from her dressing room following a recent show.

She then pleaded with fans to help locate the lost item, which she had found on another Instagram user's page, as she wanted to wear it for her next gig in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday night (09Aug16).

"It just showed up on Instagram," she explained. "If you can get me my f**king suit, I don't know what I'll do, I'll kiss you on the f**king mouth but I need it for my show tomorrow. If someone finds it, if someone could get it, I'll do something great for you but please I need that f**king suit by tomorrow night at 9 o'clock. I love you, bye."

According to TMZ.com, Kesha has since been contacted by the person in possession of the jacket, who is eager to return the clothing, claiming it was "accidentally" taken from the pop star's dressing room.

Sources tell the website the 29-year-old has no plans to turn the culprit in to police and is simply happy to be reunited with the custom coat - although it is not clear if Kesha will have the costume piece in time for her Cleveland concert.

The show is part of her F**k The World summer tour, which concludes in Louisville, Kentucky on 23 August (16).

The trek is Kesha's first proper tour since a judge denied her bid to be released from her contract with Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records and its parent company Sony Music in April (16), amid allegations the producer had subjected her to physical and emotional abuse - accusations Dr. Luke has denied.

She recently dropped her legal case in Los Angeles so she could focus on her music, but is continuing proceedings in New York.

- Cover Media