Pink Describes Sexual Assault Allegations Against Dr. Luke As "Karma"

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Pink, known for her outspoken approach to her work and to the world of celebrity, admitted that she has told Dr. Luke to his face how she feels about him. One of the topics that came up was the abuse claims brought by Kesha against Dr. Luke, and while she of course couldn't speak to the validity of the claims, Pink does consider them to be "karma" because Dr. Luke is "not a good person".

In an interview with The New York Times, Pink shared her thoughts on the turbulent legal battle between controversial music producer Dr. Luke and Kesha.

When asked about the case, she said "I don't know what happened".

Kelly Clarkson slammed him in March 2016, revealing on the Kyle and Jackie O radio show that she was forced by her label to work with him.

In the wake of his lawsuit with Kesha, Dr. Luke's listing was removed from the official Sony Music website and this year it was announced that he is no longer the CEO of the record label imprint he founded, Kemosabe Records.

Dr. Luke has denied Kesha's accusations and countersued for defamation and breach of contract.

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The New York Times reached out to Dr. Luke for comment and didn't get out.

Dr. Luke has been called "not a good person" by Pink following an ugly legal battle with Kesha.

Kesha, however, says that the song was about taking all the mental health and other challenges she's been through in recent years and releasing it as art.

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"I know that regardless of whether or not Dr. Luke did that, this is his karma and he earned it because he's not a good person", Pink said of the allegations.