Kathy Griffin recalled trying to turn her brother Ken in for his alleged pedophilia – all while slamming Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis for defending their “bro” Danny Masterson.
“The notion that this guy was also convicted of drugging these women … that is such serious stuff that I don’t really care that when they were working on ‘That ’70s Show’ he was like a good guy to work with,” the stand-up comedian stated in a TikTok video, alluding to the couple’s character reference letters ahead of Masterson’s sentencing.
The “My Life on the D-List” alum then went into detail about trying to have her brother Ken, who has since passed away, “caught” for allegedly molesting children.
She slammed Kunis and Kutcher for using their close relationship with Masterson as a defense.
“Now this was my brother, so I don’t want to hear about Ashton and Mila and Giovanni Ribisi and people that feel like they had to stick up for Danny Masterson because he was their bro. He was their buddy,” she continued.
“This was my own brother, and two of his girlfriends confessed to me. He also physically abused them very violently.”
The former “Fashion Police” co-host, 62, revealed she called police on Ken twice, which caused a “giant rift” within her family. She was ultimately “shunned” because she was trying to have her brother arrested.
“The point is, blood was not thicker than water in my case, and if you know that somebody is committing SA [sexual assault], you should do something if you can,” she said. “My God, at least try.”
After the internet — as well as one of Masterson’s accusers — slammed Kunis, 40, and Kutcher, 45, for praising the convicted rapist, 47, in an attempt to reduce his prison sentence, the couple released a video in which they stated they “support victims.”
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The “Just Married” star said the letters were “intended for the judge to read” and were not written to “undermine the testimony of the victims or re-traumatize them in any way.”
“And we’re sorry if that has been the case,” he added, before his wife concluded by giving her sympathies to all victims.
“Our heart goes out to every single person who has ever been a victim of sexual assault, sexual abuse or rape,” she said.
“They had their life, and it has been completely uprooted and changed,” an insider shared with the Daily Mail. “And change is as scary and miserable as one would imagine.”
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