Kesha to work with her alleged abuser

#FreeKesha calls for support for singer

The pop star's day in court ended in tears as she's forced create six more albums with the man who allegedly raped her.

Kesha in court crying
It's been weeks now that the Kesha saga has been trending on twitter, and fans took to Twitter again, under the hashtags #FreeKesha and #SonySupportsRape, this time in anger and heartbreak after a the judge ruled against the 28-year-old pop star, refusing to allow her to be released from her contract with Sony.

The contract says Kesha is to create six more albums with Dr. Luke (aka Lukasz Gottwald ), a man she alleges raped and abused her for years.

This essentially locks Kesha's career unless she works with the man she accuses, and even then her lawyer argues that it's unlikely Sony would support her music properly.

Fans and activists are urging other strong female vocalists to get involved and weigh in - and while some like Lady Gaga have spoken out, others such as Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift have yet to say anything publicly.

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