Gaga was then asked by Christine Lepera, who represents Dr. Luke, if she was aware of how the producer's reputation had been 'bruised' following Kesha's allegations that he'd drugged and raped her during the period of time in which they were working together.
She rebutted: “Reputation; if you are asking about his reputation in the world, I don’t feel at liberty to speak for the entire world. So if you are asking what my view is of his reputation, I made my view of him and his reputation when I saw her in that back room. That was an image that — of something that happened to me, and I felt and knew in my heart that she was telling the truth, and I believe her."
The singer continued to engage with Lepera, asking, "Why on earth would this girl tell the entire world this happened? Why on earth? Do you know what it’s like for survivors? Do you know what it’s like to tell people?
"Don’t you roll your eyes at me. You should be ashamed of yourself."
When asked by Dr. Luke's team if she had "proof" of the assault, Gaga stated, "She told me he assaulted her."
In a statement to Page Six, Lepera said of Gaga's stance, "Being passionate generally about a topic that concerns us all is admirable, but Gaga has no knowledge of what happened that night because she was not there."
In 2014, Kesha sought, unsuccessfully, to be released from Luke's former record label. The filing set off a series of countersuits, including Luke's defamation lawsuit.
Watch below: Lady Gaga defends Kesha in her lawsuit against Dr. Luke.