By: Carly Ledbetter
Musician Jack Antonoff offered his support and musical talents to the singer via Twitter on Monday. After tweeting "Free Kesha" on Friday, Antonoff said he would make music with the "Blow" singer and later leak it, if it would help her get around the legal bindings of her contract.
In an effort to pry Kesha away from her alleged abuser Dr. Luke, whom Antonoff refers to as "that creep," the "Bleachers" musician said the potential collaboration is also a "standing offer from me and everyone I work with."
Antonoff recently worked with Taylor Swift on her Grammy-winning album "1989." Swift extended a donation of $250,000 to Kesha "to help with any of her financial needs during this trying time," according to a statement from Swift's rep to The Huffington Post.
Kesha's mom, Pebe Sebert, tweeted out the news on Sunday:
Zedd, an EDM artist and DJ, also extended his sympathies to Kesha and said the he would happily produce a song for her.
After her court case on Friday, Kesha is now allowed to work with producers other than Dr. Luke (Lukasz Gottwald) at Sony.
Prior to the ruling, the singer was contractually obligated to complete three more records with the producer, who she alleges sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally abused her for 10 years, according to a 2014 lawsuit filing obtained by TMZ.
In a series of tweets on Monday, Gottwald said that he "didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her," referring to the singer as "his little sister."