Danny Masterson victim slams Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis following apology video

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By stefan armitage

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Danny Masterson's accusers have spoken out following Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' apology over their letters of support for the convicted rapist.

The Hollywood power couple have shared a video to Instagram apologizing for the pain caused by the character references they wrote in support of Masterson - their former That '70s Show co-star.

After being found guilty of two counts of rape back in May, Masterson was sentenced earlier this week to 30 years to life behind bars.

Kutcher and Kunis, who once shared the small screen with Masterson, had penned letters that vouched for his character, sparking anger from fans on social media. While Kutcher described Masterson as a "role model," Kunis lauded his "exceptional character."

What Kutcher and Kunis' response video below:

Now, those who spoke out against Masterson have also spoken out against Kutcher and Kunis.

As reported by the Mirror, journalist Yashar Ali revealed the reaction of one of the women, writing: "Jane Doe #1, one of the women Danny Masterson was convicted of raping, just texted me her reaction to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' video."

The message conveyed the victims' emotions in no uncertain terms: "This video was incredibly insulting and hurtful. My hope is that they learn radical accountability and the importance of self-education to learn when to keep their privilege in check—especially Ashton, who claims to work with victims of sex crimes. And as to Mila, I can only think of 'Times Up.'"

Another vocal critic was actress Chrissie Carnell Bixler, Masterson's former girlfriend who also accused the actor raping her back in 2003.

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Danny Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life behind bars. Credit: John Shearer/Getty

Per Page Six, Carnell Bixler targeted her ex's former co-stars in an Instagram Story, where she accused Kutcher of being "just as sick" as Masterson. "In my opinion, you’re just as sick as your ‘mentor,'" she wrote.

Carnell Bixler also directly addressed Kunis, challenging her perception of her relationship with Masterson. "If that’s what you view as a normal relationship with a 'big brother figure,' then I feel very sad for you, and I hope you consider getting into therapy," she said, revealing: "You all must forget I was there the whole time those first 5 years of 'That '70s Show.' I remember everything."

Carnell Bixler - who had appeared on That '70s Show - also took to Instagram over the weekend to share her thoughts on Thursday's sentencing. Writing in an emotional post, she said: "I’m still processing everything that happened yesterday. I will say that last night I had my first solid and peaceful night’s sleep in years."

After thanking those who helped bring Masterson to justice, Carnell-Bixler added: "To the rest of [Masterson's] survivors known and unknown… I hope you’re all experiencing justice and I pray deep healing for us all. Danny Masterson will never harm another woman for as long as he shall live."

Back in May, a jury - consisting of seven women and five men - found Masterson guilty of raping two women at his LA home in 2003.

The jury was split on a charge relating to Carnell Bixler, with most favoring guilty at eight vs. four. Prosecutors chose not to pursue a retrial on the split charge.

Featured image credit: Steve Granitz / Getty

Danny Masterson victim slams Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis following apology video

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By stefan armitage

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Danny Masterson's accusers have spoken out following Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' apology over their letters of support for the convicted rapist.

The Hollywood power couple have shared a video to Instagram apologizing for the pain caused by the character references they wrote in support of Masterson - their former That '70s Show co-star.

After being found guilty of two counts of rape back in May, Masterson was sentenced earlier this week to 30 years to life behind bars.

Kutcher and Kunis, who once shared the small screen with Masterson, had penned letters that vouched for his character, sparking anger from fans on social media. While Kutcher described Masterson as a "role model," Kunis lauded his "exceptional character."

What Kutcher and Kunis' response video below:

Now, those who spoke out against Masterson have also spoken out against Kutcher and Kunis.

As reported by the Mirror, journalist Yashar Ali revealed the reaction of one of the women, writing: "Jane Doe #1, one of the women Danny Masterson was convicted of raping, just texted me her reaction to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' video."

The message conveyed the victims' emotions in no uncertain terms: "This video was incredibly insulting and hurtful. My hope is that they learn radical accountability and the importance of self-education to learn when to keep their privilege in check—especially Ashton, who claims to work with victims of sex crimes. And as to Mila, I can only think of 'Times Up.'"

Another vocal critic was actress Chrissie Carnell Bixler, Masterson's former girlfriend who also accused the actor raping her back in 2003.

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Danny Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life behind bars. Credit: John Shearer/Getty

Per Page Six, Carnell Bixler targeted her ex's former co-stars in an Instagram Story, where she accused Kutcher of being "just as sick" as Masterson. "In my opinion, you’re just as sick as your ‘mentor,'" she wrote.

Carnell Bixler also directly addressed Kunis, challenging her perception of her relationship with Masterson. "If that’s what you view as a normal relationship with a 'big brother figure,' then I feel very sad for you, and I hope you consider getting into therapy," she said, revealing: "You all must forget I was there the whole time those first 5 years of 'That '70s Show.' I remember everything."

Carnell Bixler - who had appeared on That '70s Show - also took to Instagram over the weekend to share her thoughts on Thursday's sentencing. Writing in an emotional post, she said: "I’m still processing everything that happened yesterday. I will say that last night I had my first solid and peaceful night’s sleep in years."

After thanking those who helped bring Masterson to justice, Carnell-Bixler added: "To the rest of [Masterson's] survivors known and unknown… I hope you’re all experiencing justice and I pray deep healing for us all. Danny Masterson will never harm another woman for as long as he shall live."

Back in May, a jury - consisting of seven women and five men - found Masterson guilty of raping two women at his LA home in 2003.

The jury was split on a charge relating to Carnell Bixler, with most favoring guilty at eight vs. four. Prosecutors chose not to pursue a retrial on the split charge.

Featured image credit: Steve Granitz / Getty