Kathy Griffin on Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher’s Danny Masterson Support

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis
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Kathy Griffin slammed Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher for creating letters of help for Danny Masterson in advance of his sentencing on Thursday, September 7.

“The idea that this dude was also convicted of drugging these women … you know, that is such severe things that I really do not seriously treatment that when they had been doing work on That ‘70s Show he was, like, a very good guy to do the job with and he worked actively to retain people off medicines for the reason that he’s a Scientologist,” Griffin, 62, claimed via a TikTok video on Sunday, September 10.

Griffin then opened up about her late brother, Ken, who was an alleged “pedophile,” sharing how “she attempted to get him caught” even with him becoming a member of her loved ones.

“Now this was my brother, so I do not want to listen to about Ashton and Mila and Giovanni Ribisi and people today that feel like they experienced to adhere up for Danny Masterson mainly because he was their buddy. He was my individual brother,” she argued, introducing that she called the police on Ken which induced a “giant rift” within just her family members. “The issues in finding a conviction in SA cases, the bar is so large that I tend to certainly think the victims when there’s even a trial. … Blood was not thicker than h2o in my circumstance and if you know that somebody is committing SA, you should really do something if you can. … Feel the victims.”

Kathy Griffin Weighs In On Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutchers Letters of Support for Danny Masterson

Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis arrive for the ninth Breakthrough Prize awards ceremony at the Academy Museum of Motion Photos in Los Angeles, April 15, 2023.
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Masterson, 47, was initially accused of sexual assault in March 2017 when various girls arrived ahead alleging that the actor had raped them in the early 2000s. In June 2020, the actor, who pled not responsible, was billed with a few counts of rape and produced on a $3.3 million bail. Following a mistrial in November 2022, Masterson’s retrial commenced in April. He was found guilty in May perhaps and four months later was sentenced to 30 many years to everyday living in jail on September 7 immediately after becoming convicted of two counts of forcible rape in the course of his sexual assault retrial.

Quite a few of Masterson’s buddies and family members supported him amid his retrial like his previous costars Kunis, 40, and Kutcher, 45.

“As a close friend, Danny has been absolutely nothing but a favourable affect on me,” Kutcher wrote in his letter of assistance, received by The Underground Bunker on Friday, September 8. “Over [a] 25-12 months relationship I really do not ever recall him lying to me. He’s taught me about staying immediate and confronting problems in existence and interactions head-on, resolving them, and transferring forward.”

Kunis, for her aspect, wrote her personal letter of assistance for Masterson. “Danny has confirmed to be an amazing pal, confidant, and, higher than all, an superb more mature brother determine to me,” she claimed. He has had a transformative effects on my daily life, instilling in me a feeling of self-belief and encouraging me to purpose for greatness, but all although preserving a sense of humility.”

Pursuing the letters currently being publicly launched, Kutcher and Kunis stated why they selected to exhibit assist for Masterson.

“We are conscious of the suffering that has been induced by the character letters that we wrote on behalf of Danny Masterson,” Kutcher mentioned alongside his wife in a video clip shared through Instagram on Saturday, September 9. “We guidance victims. We have performed this historically via our perform and we will continue to do so in the potential.”

Kutcher ongoing by sharing that it was Masterson’s loved ones who at first reached out asking them to produce the letters. Kunis, for her aspect, admitted that their messages “were not published to query the legitimacy of the judicial process or the validity of the jury’s ruling.”

“They had been supposed for the judge to browse and not to undermine the testimony of the victims or re-traumatize them in any way,” Kutcher reported. “We would by no means want to do that, and we’re sorry if that has taken place. Our heart goes out to each individual single person who’s ever been a target of sexual assault, sexual abuse or rape.”