The plot thickens in the ongoing, public battle between Kesha and her record label Sony.
The most recent development sees the singer making the dramatic claim that she was offered the chance to be let her out of her five-album contract, if she were to apologise to Dr Luke and cease to claim that the producer had raped or assaulted her.
In an Instagram caption, Kesha says: 'So. I got offered my freedom if I were to lie.
'I would have to apologise publicly and say that I never got raped. I would rather let the truth ruin my career than lie for a monster ever again.'
Though she doesn't say who made the offer to her, many are assuming it came from someone at Kemosabe Records, Dr. Luke's label that is owned by Sony Music.
Dr Luke has, of course, strenuously denied the sexual assault claims and has more recently stated that he feels this latest development is nothing but a publicity stunt by the singer.
In a statement made to Rolling Stone, Dr Luke's representation has claimed that Kesha's Instagram post serves for her own 'personal enrichment' rather than as a confession of the truth.
The statement reads: 'Her goal all along has been solely personal enrichment by seeking to break contracts that brought her success and millions so she can enter into more lucrative ones.'
The saga continues.