Music producer Kool Kojak said he never saw Dr. Luke abuse or sexually assault Kesha — but claimed the “Tic Tok” singer forced her assistant to drink her urine, according to explosive court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com.
In his Sept. 20, 2016 deposition in Kesha’s sexual assault case against music producer Dr. Luke, Kojak, whose real name is Allan Grigg, testified he knew Kesha even before he and Dr. Luke worked with the pop songstress on the song “Right Round” in 2008.
In his testimony, Kojak said his general impression of Kesha at the time was she was always in "party mode," seemed “not to have too many responsibilities” and had a carefree approach to life.
He added Kesha seemed “comfortable” around Dr. Luke at the time they were all recording “Right Round,” which also featured rapper Flo Rida. Kojak said he never saw Dr. Luke yell at Kesha, nor did the producer make any comments of a sexual nature toward her. Kojak also added he did not witness any drug use in the studio during these sessions.
However, Kojak testified Kesha would make sexually explicit comments during their recording sessions. He said Kesha’s “go-to” involved frequent “blow job” jokes.
"There was one when we were making 'Right Round,' that she came into the room and, like I said, there were a ton of people in the room, and she cracked a joke about blow jobs and everybody thought it was pretty funny,” Kojak testified. "Boner, that is a word that pops up a lot with her, boners. That was her email account: I love boners."
In one of the more shocking portions of his testimony, Kojak said recording studio staff would often complain about Kesha urinating inside trash cans throughout the studio. Kojak said Kesha also spoke about a time when she forced her assistant to drink her urine.
KK: When I originally got to the studio, the staff was complaining to me that Kesha had been urinating in the trash cans in the studio. And when we were recording, she was in the vocal booth and she urinated in the trash can.
Q: Do you recall, at any time, Kesha having any conversations about the subject of urine?
KK: Oh, yeah.
Q: What do you recall?
KK: She— she forced her assistant to drink her urine.
A New York Supreme Court on Monday, Aug. 27, 2018 released more than a dozen testimonies in Kesha’s suit against Dr. Luke, including depositions from Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. A judge allowed the release of certain portions of testimonies, while other portions will remain sealed.
However, the judge ruled either side can bring motions to further seal or unseal the various testimonies at the time of the trial.
Kesha has claimed said she was raped by Dr. Luke, but the music producer has maintained his innocence.
“By 2012, Kesha was a superstar with a smash-hot record and huge success working with Dr. Luke,” said the music producer’s legal team in a statement. “That year, Kesha wanted a new deal and demanded more money and better contract terms."
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