Kesha Lady Gaga's passionate defense was revealed in new explosive court documents.
The newly discovered testimony, which took place in September 2017, also reveals a fiery exchange between Gage and Dr Luke's lawyer, according to The Blast website.
While questioning about Myung's allegations of sexual assault on Dr. Lukea, Gaga harshly criticized the lawyer's producer: "Do you know how to survive it, do you know how to tell people, do not look into my eyes, you should be ashamed of yourself, the website reported.
According to The Blast, Gaga was questioned about her first talk with Kesho about alleged sexual assault.
"I remember her huge sadness and depression and fear. It was visibly different than when I saw her before, but – but I can not say exactly what we talked about. I just remember it was emotional and I wanted to be with her.
Gaga also described that she first met Kesh at Dr. Lukea's house, and that Kesha was in the back room with just the undergarment.
As reported, Dr. Luke's lawyer asked Gaga if he believed the accused rape damaged his reputation.
"The reputation, if you ask about his reputation in the world, I do not feel free to talk about the whole world," she said.
"So if you wonder what my opinion is about his reputation, I gave my vision to him and his reputation when I saw him in that room. It was a picture of something that happened to me and I felt and knew in my heart to tell the truth, and I trust her.
Dr. Lukea's lawyer suggested that Gaga could not know what had happened between them.
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"Yes, I have knowledge," Gaga said. "She told me she had attacked her."
The lawyer came back saying that "when men attack women, they do not invite people to watch."
Gaga objected to his assault, saying he had "factual knowledge about it [Kesha’s] depression".
"I have the factual knowledge of her need for support and love. I have the factual knowledge of the spiral that I watched as the girl falls. I have a factual knowledge of the trauma. I was informed and intelligent about this issue. This girl has experienced a serious trauma and is now in the middle of the right. And you are all participants of that.
The singer allegedly cried during her testimony, which her lawyers said was the result of PTSD's reaction as a victim of sexual assault.
In 2014, Kesha sued the musician for alleged sexual assault, sexual violence, emotional abuse, and violation of business practices, seeking to be released from his contract with him.
The judge denied this request in 2016 and continued with his permission to release the new music.
In September last year, the US judge ruled that Luke and his attorneys could file documents confirming their allegation that Kesha had committed conspiracy against him.
Kesha reportedly sought an estimated $ 55 million compensation from the manufacturer.