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Danny Masterson’s Accuser Chrissie Carnell Bixler Claims This ‘That ’70s Show’ Star Is ‘Just as Sick’ as Masterson

Danny Masterson, best known for his roles on “That ’70s Show,” recently witnessed a sudden and serious decline. After being sentenced to 30 years to life on multiple rape charges, the aftermath was far-reaching – even reaching as far as Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis who have both expressed displeasure with this verdict.

Kutcher and Kunis: Letters and Public Backlash

In an unforeseen turn of events, letters from Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, penned prior to Masterson’s sentencing, made their way onto the internet. These letters not only sparked a significant uproar from the public but also led Chrissie Carnell Bixler, one of Masterson’s accusers, to voice her thoughts and share disturbing revelations.

Bixler’s Claims: Old Wounds and New Speculations

In a comprehensive statement posted on her Instagram, Bixler directed pointed messages to both Kutcher and Kunis.

Addressing Ashton, she reminded him of a phone call on February 21, 2001. Her words, claiming she “heard everything,” triggered rampant speculations among netizens regarding Kutcher’s involvement and awareness. This revelation catalyzed a deep dive into Kutcher’s past, uncovering old video clips spotlighting his contentious remarks about teenage girls.

Mila Kunis didn’t escape Bixler’s scrutiny either. Bixler’s message to Kunis brought forth unsettling innuendos about Kunis’s experiences on the set of “That ’70s Show” and alleged events in Toronto. The reference to these videos led to a frenzy of activity as users unearthed old interviews, with many expressing shock at their contents.

Public Apology: A Video that Fell Short

In an attempt to control the narrative, both Kutcher and Kunis took to Instagram. The couple shared an apology video on Kutcher’s account, hoping for a reconciliation with their audience. However, it backfired, with a barrage of criticism suggesting that the video was far from sincere.

H2: The Larger Story: Masterson’s Downfall and Allegations

Bixler, referred to as Jane Doe 3 during Masterson’s trial, was among the brave women who stood up against the actor’s predatory behavior.

In 2017, five women publicly accused Masterson of sexual assault. These allegations gained further weight when singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala claimed that his wife too was a victim of Masterson’s vile actions. The women, along with Bixler-Zavala, later alleged harassment from the Church of Scientology members, connecting it to their accusations against Masterson, as reported by People magazine.

Masterson’s wrongdoings finally caught up with him in 2020. He faced charges for the rape of three women, resulting in his recent life-altering sentence.

The Ripple Effect of Controversies

The Masterson case highlights the profound ripple effects a single controversy can have. While justice was meted out to Masterson, the revelations about Kutcher and Kunis serve as a somber reminder of the intricate web of secrets that often shrouds Hollywood.

The uproar from this case underscores the importance of accountability in the public eye. It remains to be seen how Kutcher and Kunis will navigate the storm, and what further details might emerge as more individuals come forward.

In the age of digital media, transparency and truth remain paramount. The Masterson case and its offshoot controversies provide a stark lesson about the consequences of one’s actions, both past and present.

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