Pink Slams Dr. Luke Amid Abuse Allegations: 'He's Not A Kind Person'

Last August, she dropped her lawsuit against the producer in California in an effort to focus on creating new music, according to her legal counsel.

In a new interview with the New York Times, she says she has no insider knowledge of the allegations Kesha made about her former producer - but that the resulting fallout was "karma" in action.

And, she said, "I don't really feel that bad for him", she said.

"I know that regardless of whether or not Dr. Luke did that, this is his karma and he earned it because he's not a good person", Pink said of the allegations.

Pink, who last collaborated with Dr. Luke in 2006, continued, saying that she no longer works with Gottwald-and he knows why.

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Pink and Kesha aren't the only Hollywood stars who have experienced nightmare moments with Dr. Luke - singer Kelly Clarkson has also dissed the music producer in the past.

Artists who have expressed support for Kesha's legal battle against Dr. Luke include Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Fiona Apple, and Miley Cyrus.

Representatives for Dr. Luke did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment; he declined to comment to the Times. Musically, it's been really hard for me because he will just lie to people.

While she was unaware of the exact details of the case, in which the "Praying" singer accused Dr. Luke of sexual assault, Pink didn't hold back in sharing her true feelings on the matter. "I only worked with him because, literally, I got blackmailed by my label".

Clarkson protested by taking her name off the song's writing credit so she would not be associated with him.