Beautiful! Kesha’s lawyer Mark Geragos posted a video of the pop star singing with gratitude on Twitter on Friday, February 26. “A special thanks to everyone who has had her back #animals,” the attorney tweeted alongside the video.
"Oh, I don't know what I would do without you / I don’t know where I would be without,” Kesha sings while playing a piano in the short clip recorded on a mobile phone.
— Mark Geragos (@markgeragos) February 26, 2016
The “TiK ToK” singer, 28, filed a lawsuit against music producer Dr. Luke in October 2014, claiming that he had been abusive toward her since she signed with him at age 18. In her lawsuit, Kesha claims that Dr. Luke would force drugs and alcohol on her in an attempt to make sexual advances.
Dr. Luke has denied her allegations. "As Dr. Luke has said repeatedly, the allegations against him are outright lies that have been advanced to extort a contract renegotiation and money,” his lawyers previously told Us in a statement.
On Friday, February 19, a judge denied Kesha an injunction to be released from her Sony contract with the producer.
According to Geragos, Dr. Luke “threatened that if she ever mentioned the rape to anyone, he would shut her career down, take away all her publishing and recording rights, and otherwise destroy not only her life but her entire family’s lives as well,” so Kesha "never dared talk about, let alone report, what Dr. Luke had done to her.”
Following the hearing, fans and celebs, such as Taylor Swift, Adele, Demi Lovato and Lady Gaga, rushed to support her, tweeting words of encouragement. Swift even donated $250,000 to help the singer.
“It’s been difficult, but everybody is rooting for her,” an insider previously told Us of the singer. “She is going to keep fighting.”
On Friday, fans organized a #FreeKesha protest outside of Sony’s headquarters.
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