Kesha Rose Sebert, better known by her stage name Kesha, was refused a preliminary injunction on Feb. 19 that would temporarily nullify the contract that she currently has with Sony Records. The cause of the desired injunction was to get away from her record producer, Luke Gottwald, also known as Dr. Luke, who she claims raped her a decade ago. I am stunned by the complete disregard for Sebert’s health. Despite Gottwald never being formally charged, there should be no deliberation as to whether or not he is removed from the company and Sebert is released from her contract. The focus of the company should not be on how these actions may affect the company’s profit. Instead, they should focus on taking proper actions to ensure the safety, both physically and emotionally, of one of their clients who was and continues to be victimized.