'I Have So Much to Say Right Now': Kesha Jets to Turks and Caicos with Her Boyfriend Amid Dr. Luke Legal Battle

Kesha and Boyfriend in Turks and Caicos Amid Dr. Luke Legal Battle
Brad Ashenfelter and Kesha
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02/28/2016 AT 12:05 PM EST

Kesha is escaping her legal woes in Turks and Caicos.

The star, who is currently suing her former producer Dr. Luke, alleging that he emotionally, physically and verbally abused her for a decade, is on the islands with her boyfriend Brad Ashenfelter. The couple was spotted leaving from Los Angeles International Aiport on Friday.

Kesha, 28, is currently sporting blue hair and looked comfy in an oversized t-shirt and sweatpants as she strolled with and embraced Ashenfelter, Saturday.

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Kesha and Brad Ashenfelter

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The "We R Who We R" singer also took to Instagram on Saturday, sharing a photo of herself strumming away on a guitar while wearing a bathrobe.



"Can't sleep," she wrote. "Just up all day all night writing. My mind is possessed. I have so much to say right now."

can't sleep. just up all day all night writing. my mind is possessed. I have so much to say right now.

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In another photo, Kesha laid in bed wearing the same robe, accompanied by her two cats.

"My babies haven't left my side," she wrote. "I swear they know what's going on. Animals literally make EVERYTHING better."

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Dr. Luke has continually denied Kesha's allegations of abuse, and, at a hearing last week, a New York Supreme Court judge shut down the singer's request for a preliminary injection that would allow her to record music outside of her contracts with Sony and the producer.

Sony attorney Scott A. Edelman told PEOPLE on Friday that the company is "not in a position" to terminate Kesha's contract, as her deal is through Dr. Luke's Kemosabe Records. While Kesha does have the option to record without any involvement from Dr. Luke, her legal team has said that she'll still be contractually tied to the music veteran.

"All I ever wanted was to be able to make music without being afraid, scared, or abused," Kesha said in a lengthy statement on Facebook, Wednesday. "This case has never been about a renegotiation of my record contract – it was never about getting a bigger, or a better deal. This is about being free from my abuser. I would be willing to work with Sony if they do the right thing and break all ties that bind me to my abuser. But at this point, this issue is bigger than just about me."
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