Danny Masterson’s accuser called out Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis after the two actors requested leniency for their former co-star’s sentencing.
Actress Chrissie Carnell Bixler, one of three women who accused Masterson of rape, wrote via her Instagram Story Friday that Kutcher is “just as sick” as his disgraced pal.
Bixler’s post comes in response to the “That’s ’70s Show” co-star’s pre-sentencing letters to the Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo in defense of Masterson.
The “Ranch” alum was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison Thursday for raping two women in 2003.
Bixler, speaking directly to Kutcher, claimed that she knows the “secrets” Masterson “keeps for [Kutcher],” adding that she knows of an alleged “plan” the two made over a phone call in February 2001.
“I heard the plan. In my opinion, you’re just as sick as your ‘mentor,’” she wrote.
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The actress also wrote directly to Kunis, implying that she knew of an alleged questionable event that occurred between the “Friends With Benefits” star and Masterson “in Toronto and after.”
“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 wrote, adding, “You all must forget I was there the whole time those first 5 years of That 70’s Show. I remember everything.”
Reps for Kutcher and Kunis did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Kutcher, 45, wrote in his controversial letter that Masterson was “nothing but a positive influence” on him.
“He’s an extraordinarily honest and intentional human being,” the “Dude, Where’s My Car?” star penned.
Kutcher also pleaded that he does not believe Masterson “is an ongoing harm to society,” adding that taking the actor away from his daughter, Fianna, 9, would be a “tertiary injustice in and of itself.”
Kunis, 40, shared a similar sentiment in her letter, writing that the “Men at Work” star is an “amazing friend, confidant, and, above all, an outstanding older brother figure to me.”
“His caring nature and ability to offer guidance have been instrumental in my growth both personally and professionally,” she added.
Other “That ’70s Show” co-stars — Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith — also penned letters in an attempt to lessen Masterson’s sentencing.
The women, who are former members of the Church of Scientology, shared that they hesitated to speak out about their claims at first because the church allegedly discourages members from reporting crimes to authorities against its own members.
Masterson reportedly plans to appeal his sentence.
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