In 2014, pop star Kesha made headlines when she filed a lawsuit against her producer Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, claiming in the suit that he had physically, emotionally, and sexually abused her for 10 years. But, oddly, she kept collaborating with him. And later, she testified that he had not sexually abused her. What happened? It’s not uncommon, it turns out, for women to continue working relationships with colleagues who have abused or harassed them. And most do not speak out.