Celebrities Rally Around Kesha as Dr. Luke Denies Rape Allegations: 'She Was Like My Little Sister' | Inside Edition

Celebrities Rally Around Kesha as Dr. Luke Denies Rape Allegations: 'She Was Like My Little Sister'

The music producer complains he's been subjected to a "trial by Twitter."

The music producer that pop star Kesha claims raped her is breaking his silence.

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Dr. Luke tweeted that he did not rape her nor did he have sex with her.

In a lengthy series of tweets, Dr. Luke said:

I didn’t rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her. Kesha and I were friends for many years and she was like my little sister.

February 22, 2016

 

I have 3 sisters, a daughter, and a son with my girlfriend, and a feminist mom who raised me right.

February 22, 2016

 

Kesha and I made a lot of songs together and it was often good but there were creative differences at times.

February 22, 2016

 

It’s sad that she would turn a contract negotiation into something so horrendous and untrue.

February 22, 2016

 

But I feel confident when this is over the lies will be exposed and the truth will prevail..

February 22, 2016

 

Kesha has been getting big name support including Taylor Swift who donated $250,000 to help the singer with her legal bills.

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After Swift’s donation was revealed, Lovato tweeted:

Take something to Capitol Hill or actually speak out about something and then I'll be impressed.

February 22, 2016

 

Lovato took the “Bad Blood" singer to task on a Swift fan site where she wrote: “At least I'm talking about it. Not everyone has 250k to just give to people. Would love to but I didn't grow up with money and def haven't made as much as her. At least I speak up about sh** that's uncomfortable to talk about rather than trying to be politically correct 24/7."

But Lovato says there's "no rivalry" between the two. The "Skyscraper" singer also posted:

 

As most people know, I tend to get fired up about the things I believe in, and although my heart and intentions are always in the right place, unfortunately sometimes my passion gets the best of me and causes me to say things that I probably shouldn't say. And when doing so it takes away from the real reason I am speaking up in the first place. Our focus should be on the topic of victims of sexual and physical abuse being afraid to come forward with their stories. They're more likely to face retaliation and harassment than to see justice being served. Especially women. It baffles me that when it comes to serious issues like equality and abuse, too often women are not taken as seriously as men. All I want to see is women coming together and actually making a difference. A real change and shift in society. Everyone has their own way of giving support to others , and at the end of the day, helping victims is all that matters. Ultimately, the message I want people to hear is it's okay to come forward with your abuse and if you do decide to take action, you are not alone.

A photo posted by Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) on Feb 22, 2016 at 4:02pm PST

 

As for Dr. Luke, he's refusing to get involved in a "trial by Twitter" after some of music's biggest names have come out in support of the 28-year-old singer.

Writing on the website Lenny Letter, Lena Dunham penned an essay called “Why Kesha’s Case is About More Than Kesha,” the actress said: “When I saw the outcome of Kesha’s court case last Friday, I felt sick.”

Lady Gaga tweeted:

There are people all over the world who love you @KeshaRose. And I can say truly I am in awe of your bravery.

February 19, 2016

Miley Cyrus posted on Instagram:

 

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Feb 21, 2016 at 7:54pm PST

It's a rich display of girl power at a time when one embattled pop star could use it.

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