With the exception of a few tweets, a small video thanking fans and a speech she made accepting the Human Rights Campaign's Visibility Award, Kesha largely stayed quiet after a Manhattan court ruled against her request to cut ties with Sony over her accusations she had been verbally, physically and sexually abused by her manager, Dr. Luke, for 10 years.
Amid the somewhat positive news Sony allegedly dropped the music manager -- Dr. Luke claims Sony didn't -- Kesha's mother shared a small insider's glimpse at the fallout from the case and what Dr. Luke (whose real name is Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald) put Kesha through during his time managing her.
In a heartbreaking interview, Kesha's mother, Rosemary Patricia "Pebe" Sebert, revealed to Billboard,
Pebe also addressed how Kesha initially didn't want to talk to the police or report Dr. Luke at all.
She also claimed,
Pebe also addressed Kesha's struggles with eating disorders, saying she believes they were tied to her daughter's struggles with Dr. Luke. She explained,