After a very long and public legal battle with her record label, Sony, Kesha's rape allegations against her producer, Dr. Luke, came to a head in February. A judge denied the injunction the singer requested, forcing her to stay in her contract with the man she says sexually and mentally abused her, and the label that let it all happen.
Yesterday the singer took to her Instagram saying that, behind closed doors, she was offered freedom (presumably from her contractual obligations) if she were to apologize and retract everything she had said about being raped. "THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS behind closed doors," she wrote, "I will not take back the TRUTH. I would rather let the truth ruin my career than lie for a monster ever again."