Considered one of Danny Masterson‘s accusers is taking Ashton Kutcher to the woodshed after his in-court assist of his previous pal — and doing it by resurfacing previous footage that hasn’t aged nicely.
Chrissie Bixler — who dated Danny again within the day, however who has since come ahead as considered one of a number of ladies to assert he raped her — took to IG this weekend to invoke DM’s “That ’70s Present” costar … who wrote a letter on Masterson’s behalf looking for leniency.
In a collection of IG Tales, she threw up a ton of previous clips that present Ashton and his spouse, Mila Kunis, interacting collectively … in addition to considered one of Mila and Danny that actually feels icky.
One clips reveals Ashton on his previous present, ‘Punk’d,’ and it is the Hilary Duff episode. On the time, she was underage — and Ashton says she’s one of many ladies in Hollywood that “we’re all ready for to show 18.” Two different clips she posted present Ashton/Mila speaking concerning the first time they met, and the way they first kissed on set. That is well-known, however Mila was 14 when she received employed on “That ’70s Present” … and Ashton was about 5 years older than her, at 19.
There’s yet one more clip that reveals Mila and Danny selling the present, during which Mila addresses her younger age when she first began — and Danny saying she was hotter then.
The purpose is … Chrissie is strongly suggesting that Danny, Ashton and Mila had been all reduce from the identical fabric — which, in fact, comes on the heels of the couple issuing a public mea culpa for his or her letters. Appears like Chrissie is throwing that apology again of their face.
BTW, one other large star additionally seems to have weighed in on this saga … Christina Ricci.
The actress took to Instagram herself with a prolonged message however does not title Danny, Ashton or Mila particularly. Nonetheless, it appears fairly evident who she’s referring to right here.
CR writes, “So typically folks now we have beloved and admired do horrible issues They won’t do these items to us and we solely who they had been to us however that doesn’t imply they didn’t do the horrible issues and to discredit the abused is against the law.”
She provides, “Individuals we all know as ‘superior guys’ will be predators and abusers. It’s robust to just accept however now we have to. If we are saying we assist victims — ladies, youngsters, males, boys — then we should have the ability to take this stance.” Christina says she got here to be taught that a few of these “superior guys,” who appeared nice in public, had been abusers in behind closed doorways.
Christina finishes with this, “Consider victims. It’s not simple to return ahead. It’s not simple to get a conviction.”