Many stars have come forward to offer their support for Kesha following the outcome of her court case against Dr. Luke on Friday. Popstars like Demi Lovato, Kelly Clarckson and Ariana Grande took to Twitter, Taylor Swift has given $250,000 and Lena Dunham has offered her support of Kesha in a new essay she penned for Lenny, her weekly feminist newsletter. "When I saw the outcome of Kesha's court case last Friday, I felt sick. Actually sick - I wanted to ask my Uber to pull over so I could throw up in a New York City trash can," the Girls creator began.

"The fact is, Kesha will never have a doctor's note. She will never have a videotape that shows us that Gottwald threatened and shamed her, and she will never be able to prove, beyond the power of her testimony, that she is unsafe doing business with this man. And no, none of this was in her contract. But what man, what company endeavors to keep a woman saddled with someone who she says has caused her years of trauma, shame, and fear? Fighting this fight publicly and in the legal system has already changed the course and tenor of her career forever. The lack of perspective on the part of Sony - the inability to look at the worth of a woman’s platinum records versus the worth of her soul being intact - is horrifying.

"The public outcry about Kesha’s case has been truly heartening: the swell of shock and indignation from fans and fellow performers alike. It wasn’t long ago that women in the public eye didn’t have a loose-enough leash to reach out and support one another, for fear of losing all they had worked so hard to create. Instead they quietly watched on their televisions, hoping they wouldn't be next."

"We are not scared anymore of losing what we worked for, of being branded hysterical or difficult, of being targeted and silenced by men in power. The women in the music industry speaking out for Kesha are proof. And their words will reverberate, inspiring the young women watching them for clues about the good life to speak up too. Soon, no one will accept shame and fear as the status quo. And so, while Kesha is indefinitely silenced, her voice has never been louder."

Since this weekend’s events, Dr. Luke has broken his silence and taken to Twitter to deny the abuse allegations, stating that, "I didn’t rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her...It's a shame that there's so much speculation out there basing itself on so little information."

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