Last week, a New York Supreme Court judge denied Kesha a preliminary injunction that would have allowed her to make music outside her six-album contract with Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records, a Sony subsidiary, while her lawsuit against the producer, and his countersuit, are ongoing.
Injunctions are rarely granted in contractual cases such as this one and doing so would be an "extraordinary measure," Justice Shirley Kornreich said in her ruling
Many prominent musicians have voiced their support for Kesha
, including Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and Demi Lovato.
On Sunday, Taylor Swift donated $250,000
to "help (Kesha) with any of her financial needs during this trying time."
'Horrendous and untrue'
"For the past 10 years, Dr. Luke has sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally abused" Kesha, the singer claimed in a suit filed in Los Angeles in 2014.
In the suit, Kesha alleges that Dr. Luke -- real name Lukasz Gottwald -- fed her drugs that knocked her unconscious and raped her.
Gottwald has vigorously denied the allegations, calling them an extortion attempt by an artist unhappy with her career trajectory, and countersued Kesha, her mother and manager for defamation and breach of contract.
On Monday evening, Gottwald took to Twitter to dispute Kesha's claims further, comparing the case to Rolling Stone's now discredited 2015 story
about gang rape at the University of Virginia.
"I didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her," Gottwald tweeted.
He cited court proceedings in 2011 in which Kesha testified that the date rape never took place.
Gottwald's countersuit against Kesha, in which he accuses her of defamation, also cites the 2011 testimony. Kesha has previously maintained that Gottwald forced her to lie under oath, under threat of violence.
"It's sad that she would turn a contract negotiation into something so horrendous and untrue," Gottwald tweeted.
"This should be tried in a court of law."