UPDATE: Rolling Stone has obtained a statement from Dr. Luke's spokesperson. Read it below.

"The Court repeatedly stated Kesha is already free to record without Dr. Luke, and that she had not presented any facts supporting her claims. That's because all the evidence - including Kesha's own videotaped sworn testimony - show her allegations are false. The only thing Kesha is not free to do is to continue to lie about Dr. Luke through publicity stunts and outrageous smears, ignoring the fact that by her own free will she went to work and entered into new contracts with Dr. Luke years after this 'incident' supposedly happened. Her goal all along has been solely personal enrichment by seeking to break contracts that brought her success and millions so she can enter into more lucrative ones. We look forward to our day in court holding Kesha accountable for her lies."

See below for original story.

Earlier today, pop singer Kesha revealed that she's been offered a deal by the powers that be to grant her the freedom that she's been seeking. According to the singer, the only catch is that she would have to publicly retract her rape claim against producer/manager Dr. Luke, and for Kesha, that is just one bridge that she refuses to cross.

"I got offered my freedom IF i were to lie," she wrote. I would have to APOLOGIZE publicly and say that I never got raped. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS behind closed doors.”

In February, a judge denied Kesha's request for an injunction against Dr. Luke and Sony to be released from her current recording contract. The judge in the case cited the $60 million that the company had invested in the singer, along with Dr. Luke's agreement to allow her to record with other producers at the two main facts that "decimate" her case.

In 2014, Kesha filed a lawsuit against her manager for sexual assault and battery. Since then, she's received an outpouring of support from her many fans, as well as a number of the music industry's biggest and most recognized faces like Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift.

Sony had no comment.