In apology, Dr. Luke tearfully claims Kesha was "just too rapeable"

In apology, Dr. Luke tearfully claims Kesha was "just too rapeable"

LOS ANGELES -- In an astonishing reversal, Dr. Luke has issued Kesha a public apology acknowledging that he did indeed sexually assault the young pop star whose career he previously managed. 

In an Instagram post showing tears streaking down Dr. Luke's face, the powerful Svengali producer acknowledges repeatedly raping the "Timber" singer while she was in various states of consciousness, then lying about the abuse he subjected her to in order to save his career. 

In the apology, Sony's Dr. Luke appears deeply remorseful, saying "raping Kesha has caused me to suffer from embarrassing lawsuits, the anger of my unforgiving bitch wife, and losing the millions of dollars of income I'd otherwise have gotten from producing more of Kesha's hit songs had she not said anything."

But Dr. Luke also appeared eager to cast some blame on the young pop star for her role in the sexual assaults, saying, "when it comes to rape, it takes two to tango, and it was always within Kesha's power to stop the rape by consenting. After all, she was fat, so she should have felt lucky."

"Truth be told, between her youth, vulnerability, and inability to stand up to me, Kesha was just too rapeable," he wrote.

 

 

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