Kesha "I cannot work with this monster,"…


The judge has yet to rule, but Kesha fans have rallied on social media, with the #FreedomForKesha hashtag trending on Twitter.

"I cannot work with this monster," Kesha wrote in an affidavit filed Friday.

The 28-year-old, whose real name is Kesha Rose Sebert, reiterated claims that Dr. Luke drugged her with a "sober pill" and raped her shortly after her 18th birthday. She said he disparaged her talent and weight, ordered her to call another girl a "heffer" in a song and threatened to stall her career if she ever "stood up" for herself.

"So I beg of you to please consider letting me put out my music without me having to work with him, please," she wrote to the court in the Friday filings obtained by the Daily News.

Dr. Luke, whose real name is Luke Gottwald, has not been charged with any crime and maintains Kesha concocted her claims as part of an extortion scheme.

The influential hitmaker behind Katy Perry's "Roar" and Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" previously got a judge to unseal portions of a 2011 deposition from another dispute in which Kesha testified he never "roofied" her or coerced her into sex.

The 28-year-old Kesha reiterated claims in the affidavit that Dr. Luke drugged her with a "sober pill" and raped her shortly after her 18th birthday.

"Dr. Luke never made sexual advances at me," Kesha testified under oath in that case, according to transcripts previously obtained by The News.{NYDN}