Title: Danny Masterson’s Accuser Criticizes Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis for Support

In a recent development surrounding the sexual assault case against actor Danny Masterson, one of his accusers has spoken out against fellow actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. The accuser alleges that Kutcher and Kunis have shown support for Masterson despite the serious allegations against him.

The accuser, who remains anonymous, expressed her disappointment in Kutcher and Kunis’ public display of support for Masterson during an appearance on the “Today” show. She criticized the couple for their lack of empathy towards the alleged victims and their apparent disregard for the severity of the accusations.

Masterson, known for his role in the hit sitcom “That ’70s Show,” has been accused of sexually assaulting multiple women between 2001 and 2003. The Los Angeles Police Department began investigating the allegations in 2017, and in June 2020, Masterson was charged with three counts of rape by force or fear.

During the interview, the accuser claimed that Kutcher had reached out to her directly after she went public with her allegations against Masterson. She stated that Kutcher had urged her to keep the matter private and not involve the authorities. According to the accuser, this interaction left her feeling disheartened and unsupported.

Kunis, who is married to Kutcher and also starred in “That ’70s Show” alongside Masterson, has previously defended her husband’s support for his former co-star. In a statement, she emphasized the importance of due process and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. However, the accuser argued that this support from Kutcher and Kunis undermines the credibility of the victims and perpetuates a culture of silence around sexual assault.

The ongoing legal battle has put a strain on the friendships within the cast of “That ’70s Show.” Masterson’s co-stars Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama have publicly expressed their support for him, while Topher Grace has remained silent on the matter.

Masterson has denied all allegations against him and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. If convicted, he could face up to 45 years in prison. The trial is set to begin in August 2021.

The case has sparked a larger conversation about the entertainment industry’s handling of sexual assault allegations and the power dynamics that often protect high-profile individuals. As more victims come forward and demand justice, the industry faces increasing pressure to address these issues and hold perpetrators accountable.

It remains to be seen how the trial will unfold and what impact it will have on the careers of those involved. In the meantime, the accuser hopes that her decision to speak out will encourage others to do the same and help create a safer environment for victims to come forward and seek justice.

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