Video obtained by ABC News clearly shows singer Kesha denying she ever had sexual relations with music producer Dr. Luke. She also says in the video that he never made any advances on her.
Furthermore, when asked under oath if he ever gave her a "roofie," Kesha replies "No" in the video.
This video, taken in 2011 during a deposition at a New York law firm, was obtained after her request to be released from her contract with Sony and Dr. Luke was denied in New York Supreme Court last week. Kesha claims Dr. Luke sexually abused her during the time the producer and the singer worked together. He has always denied those claims.
In the clip, the person asking the questions uses Dr. Luke's birth name Lukasz Gottwald. Kesha is also referred to by her real name Kesha Rose Sebert.
The deposition was filmed for a separate lawsuit filed in 2010 by DAS Communications, which had originally signed Kesha to its label years prior. DAS claimed at the time that Luke interfered with a record deal it had in the works and convinced her to leave DAS.
It was this deposition that Gottwald cited when he took to Twitter earlier this week to claim his innocence.
"I didn't rape Kesha and I have never had sex with her. Kesha and I were friends for many years and she was like my little sister," he tweeted on Monday. "Kesha and I made a lot of songs together and it was often good but there were creative differences at times. It's sad that she would turn a contract negotiation into something so horrendous and untrue."
He added, "Kesha has denied under oath the horrible allegations now being made against me."
Kesha first filed a suit in 2014, claiming Dr. Luke was sexually, emotionally and verbally abusive to her when they worked together. The "TiK ToK" singer, 28, has been trying to get out of her contract with Sony and Dr. Luke, which includes six more records under the producer's label. Luke also filed a counter-lawsuit against Kesha, her mother and her manager in 2014. The claims against Kesha's mother and manager have been dropped.
New York Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich ruled this past Friday that she needed to follow through on the terms of her contract, but didn't have to work with Dr. Luke.
"She does not have to have any interface at all with Mr. Gottwald in recording or producing," she said.
Kornreich has not ruled on a motion to dismiss Kesha's lawsuit or a motion to dismiss Gottwald's counter-suit.
Since Kornreich's refusal to let Kesha out of her current contract, the singer has garnered support from the likes of Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande on social media. Taylor Swift even donated $250,000 to assist her.
On Tuesday, Kesha posted a thank you to her supporters and fans on Instagram.
"I am beyond words in gratitude. thank you is not enough but it is all I have. a million times over and forever thank you. the support I have received has left my face swollen from tears. I love you all so much," she wrote.