Topher Grace’s wife Ashley Hinshaw sends message to rape survivors

As Kaiser covered yesterday, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis once again told us who they are last week by writing letters of support for convicted rapist Danny Masterson. In the letters, they praised him as a “role model” and “big brother” figure. They’re not the only cast members to show support for Masterson, either. In fact, the cast of “The 70s Show” used to be pretty tight off-camera with the exception of Topher Grace, who was always rumored to be too good to hang out with the rest of the cast. The Internet was quick to point out that Grace was and still is, in fact, too good for those losers because his decision not to be a part of that social group back in the day was the wise one. Grace did not write a letter, approach a victim in a Scientology parking lot, or even speak out in support of Masterson. He’s stayed silent about the conviction, too. However, after Masterson’s sentencing, Grace’s wife, Ashley Hinshaw, posted an Instagram Story with a supportive, pointed message for rape victims.

Topher Grace’s wife Ashley Hinshaw is sharing a message in support of rape survivors following the news that Danny Masterson was sentenced to 30 years in prison on two counts of rape.

Hinshaw, 34, took to her Instagram Story on Friday to share a photo of a tree against the sky.

“To every rape victim that is that is retraumatized by witnessing society debate and focus their attention on what is going to happen to the RAPIST … I see you,” Hinshaw wrote over the photo.

While Hinshaw didn’t specify that she was referring to the Masterson case, her statements came shortly after the news broke that Grace’s former 70’s Show colleagues, including Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp, wrote individual pleas to the judge for leniency during his sentencing. Additional letters of support came from Masterson’s brother-in-law, Billy Baldwin, and actor Giovanni Ribisi.

[From Yahoo]

I mean, there’s no way she’s not talking about Masterson, Kushner, Kunis, and the rest of Masterson’s supporters. I’m also sure she gave her husband a head’s up that she was going to make that post, so she likely had his blessing. It has since been alleged that Masterson and Kutcher used to “bully” Grace on set because he didn’t kiss the ring like the rest of them. In an Instagram Stories post, one of Masterson’s victims, Chrissie Bixler, confirmed Topher’s mistreatment, calling him the “only guy on that set with integrity and a moral compass.” It has to be nice to be publicly vindicated after all of these years.

Anyway, I really like that in the middle of all of this drama, Hinshaw reminded everyone that the only people whose feelings matter here are the victims. Masterson’s victims have been traumatized for two decades now. I cannot imagine how difficult it must have been for them to have to sit through two trials, the first of which started almost 20 years after their assault nor can I imagine the relief they must have felt after his sentencing. My heart also goes out to victims everywhere who have had to sit through this news cycle and every other one like it in which people are very publicly going to bat for an abuser, especially one who has shown zero remorse or taken any accountability. I wonder if this whole thing will trigger some sort of investigative journalism piece or just finally open the floodgates in general for all of the “That 70s Show” dirty laundry to finally air out. Time will tell, I guess.

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  1. Becks1 says:

    Great message from her.

    I was seeing on social media yesterday that the cast of That 70s Show apparently RULED hollywood in the early 00s. There were all these cryptic comments like “wait until the full story comes out” and such. I mean I barely know who Danny Masterson is outside of this, but apparently he and Ashton were in charge of Hollywood’s social scene for the 20 somethings at that time? I feel like I’m getting a crash course in 00s pop culture and I was around for the 00s!!

    • ML says:

      Yeah, Ashton’s marriage to Demi Moore is also being revisited: that effed up letter and non-apology has opened up all sorts of interest in his past.

    • L84Tea says:

      This is fascinating, because just like you said, I was there watching all the early 00’s celeb drama and gossip. I read US Magazine religiously. I was never a fan of Ashton Kutcher because he always came off to me as over the top obnoxious and arrogant–remember when he was hanging out with P. Diddy and trying to declare themselves “the new Rat Pack”?? Ugh…I never had much of an opinion on Danny Masterson because I knew he was a Scientologist, so I basically wrote him off as a weirdo. And Wilmer I knew was a total creep because he started dating Lindsay Lohan the second she became legal. But I had no idea they were ruling the social scene in Hollywood. It makes a lot of sense though. I can’t wait to see what else spills out now.

    • Coco says:

      I don’t get how the cast of That 70s Show apparently “ruled” Hollywood in the early 00 when they were never on that level. They were no George Clooney, Tom cruise, Johnny Depp, and so on.

      • Becks1 says:

        I don’t either! But apparently they owned some of the clubs that were all the younger hollywood stars hung out etc (I think it was more about Young Hollywood, not George Clooney et al.)

      • Delphine says:

        I was neighbors with Danny. The way that they “ruled” local Hollywood nightlife was that they went to all the most popular spots and never had to wait in line like the rest of us. They were part of a larger scene that included all the celeb socialite types, all the nepo babies. Places like Les Deux

      • Coco says:

        @ Delphine and Becks1

        Its making sense to me know .

    • Drea says:

      Sooooo many Scientologists in that cast. Creepy.

      • Mocha says:

        Second this.

        Glad Topher was a good guy in all this, that there was someone who didn’t just go with the crowd. Never could stand Ashton Kutcher and Mila is a dumb-dumb but I feel bad for the young Mila who didn’t have anyone to tell her that treatment (sexualising her when she was a minor) was wrong.

    • Drea says:

      And now there’s a part of me that wonders if Laura Prepon was one of his victims. Or something more sinister.

      She hasn’t lent any support and has left the church quietly.

      • IFoxi says:

        Drea, there’s a link in this article you should read about Ms Prepon intimidating one of the survivors right after the r*pe happened. Full on $cientologist mode, and she was friends with Masterson. Apparently she has recently left the cult. I think she’s just laying low. However, I wouldn’t be surprised if he victimized her too, we were all deluding ourselves about “date” r*pe back then.

      • BQM says:

        Laura dated his brother Chris for quite awhile. She was hardcore in the church. Luckily she broke away. She’s married to Ben foster and they have at least one child. They lead a very quiet nyc life.

      • Drea says:

        IFOXI – that’s messed up. I hope she feels a lot of shame for that.

    • Moneypenny424 says:

      Yes, they absolutely ran the Hollywood social scene at that time. That’s when I lived in LA and was in that “scene.” So much was about where they were, what restaurants/clubs they opened (ie Geisha House), etc. They weren’t on the level of Clooney, but they were young, good looking men who liked to have fun.

      I didn’t run in their circles, but I’m never surprised to hear these stories. I’m glad the victims are getting some justice.

  2. JayBlue says:

    While masterson facing justice is incredible, I worry that as a society we’ve become too comfortable with personal vindication coming far too late.
    From graces decades of being singled out and now being congratulated for not being one of the gang, to hayden christianson being praised for returning to a role he spent 20 years being mocked for, we’ve grown complacent in the bullying of young actors, only to decide they were all right all along.
    Hopefully we’re learning compassion, but when I see people saying topher is the only good egg from that cast, i wonder how many of them complained about him being too good to hang out with his peers at the time.

    • Eloise says:

      The victims twitter comment about Mila is intriguing. Her early interviews and needing to process through therapy. Someone needs to fall down that rabbit hole

      • Call_Me_AL says:

        I really want to know more about those comments too, about Mila’s early interviews.
        Mila and Ashton’s video was repugnant. They have no shame. May the survivors have peace knowing they have done the extremely difficult and right thing and have achieved justice and have in the process stood up for victims and survivors everywhere.

      • Colleen says:

        If you Google “Mila Kunis Old interviews,” one has resurfaced and will show up as the top results. It involves her and Ashton giving an interview on Rosie’s show and she admits her first kiss was at 14 with Ashton on camera and that there was a bet between Ashton and Danny about slipping her tongue. Ashton was 19 at the time while she was 14. Rosie sees the trainwreck coming and keeps trying to get them to stop admitting to it on camera but they keep on going. It’s so cringe.

      • lisa says:

        in addition to the Rosie one, there is one where she is 16 and being interviewed while sitting on Ashton’s lap

        there is another where she is with Danny and he says that she was hot but even hotter at 14

  3. Flowerlake says:

    I only got to know about Mila because of Black Swan and Ashton because of Demi, so had no idea about all these drama.

    Christina Ricci wrote some good stuff too:

    • ML says:

      Yes, Christina Ricci explained it beautifully for the people in the back row.

    • SIde Eye says:

      Christina Ricci nailed it! Thank you for posting this Flowerlake. Sadly, pick me chicks will NEVER get this. Because at their core/ fiber of their being is a deep hatred for other women. My mom is a pick me chick, and she would throw anyone, daughters, granddaughters under the bus for any trash can guy she met 2 weeks ago. The instinct to protect other women and children is just not there – it doesn’t exist. Now she will protect her son and don’t anyone dare abuse him – but girls and other women she hates.

      Right now she hates my 7 year old second cousin. It’s a fixation. She says, when she wears her hair down, she’s showing off. WTF SHE IS SEVEN! There’s no reasoning with her. It’s a chip that’s broken and there’s no fixing it. You can’t undo this internalized self hate. Some people are just awful children and abandon their parents but usually when I see those complaints about people’s parents left in nursing homes with no visitors I always go further than to assume the kids are selfish and I wonder exactly what took place when those children were vulnerable and needed protection. It sometimes takes decades to process trauma and sometimes it takes having a child of your own to understand what that means.

      I hate pick me chicks with every cell in my body, and I realize it’s cause my mom is one of the worst ones. She is in the back, and she will proudly stay there till her dying day.

      • Bettyrose says:

        ITA! I’m glad we have a word for it now. I had a housemate in college early 90s who was exactly this but I struggled to explain her behavior. How she could be a decent person when it was just us girls hanging out but turned cruel as soon as a male specimen was around. She would do *anything* for male attention and approval. We all saw it and knew what she was doing but “pick me” wasn’t a concept yet and my young mind couldn’t categorize her behavior, so I tolerated it much longer than I should have.

      • Erin says:

        Wow, thanks for this comment because it really made me think. I know what a pick me girl is and I’ve always just associated it with younger women on SM, but now that I’m thinking outside of that my MIL is such a pick me and that’s one of the worst things about her. I was literally just telling my husband that she has always treated random people or anyone outside of her family so much better than she treats some of her own children and grandchildren and it’s because she wants everyone outside of us to think she is some amazing super mom/grandma and how giving and kind she is when in reality she would and has sat back and done nothing while her kids have gotten treated poorly by extended family or friends. She also talks shit about everyone behind their backs too and it’s OTT sweet to their faces, it’s so gross. It’s so wild to think that she’s just been a pick me all this time.

      • Survivor says:

        Thank you for your comment, @SideEye and @Erin. This is my mother to a T, every word of it.

        If there is one silver lining to this current news cycle, it’s the conversation and awareness it is opening up.

      • alice agnes says:

        Erin! You give me life with this summation! i’d definitely subscribe to your newsletter

      • Turtledove says:

        “It sometimes takes decades to process trauma and sometimes it takes having a child of your own to understand what that means.”

        Yes, Side Eye. This is so spot on. My parents had me really young. I was not planned, and my dad was not immediately onboard. Abortion wasn’t legal and I will never know if my mom was happy to have me, or just didn’t have options.

        Regardless, they mostly did their best. I turned out fine. But they made some whopping mistakes along the way. It wasn’t until I had my child that I realized how egregious their mistakes were. There were things they did that I would just never in a million years do myself, nor would any decent parent. It really made me see how negligent they had been at times. To be clear, they weren’t always terrible, they were decent most of the time. But things that as a kid I wrote off as no big deal, were revealed to be a very big deal once I was a parent.

      • SIde Eye says:

        Bettyrose and Erin thank you for your posts. Erin you’re right it’s a whole new generation of pick me chicks on SM. That is women who will do anything for the male approval/gaze/attention. My generation dealt with much more dangerous ones that went unchecked because society at large agreed with the concept of throwing girls/women under the bus.

        When I think of pick me chicks I think of Camille Cosby handing those unsuspecting women their tea. She knew she was part of the equation – putting women at ease (2 old people in their home). I mean who would ever suspect an old woman would do this? And she really handed those women tea and left the room.

        My sister always says good thing mom didn’t marry a serial killer – she’s have been killing right there with him. And she’s right. That’s what I think of when I think of pick me chick – someone willing to follow their man straight to hell. And some of them are sociopathic to begin with, seeing women and children as fair game to torture/hurt/violate because they hate them. My mom’s generation is full of rape apologists and they are Team Woody, Team Polanski, Team anyone who hurts a child or a woman. Please note, I am not saying everyone in my mom’s age group is harmful. But I am saying these attitudes are quite common among her peers.

        My generation may be a bit of a joke with our special snowflake participation trophy helicoptering garbage, but at least, collectively, we protected our children from predators, boyfriends, family members who wish them harm.

        I agree with you Survivor – sending you a virtual hug. Growing up with someone like that is no joke. Having someone like this in charge of your safety is horrible. Turtledove you are spot on. Now that I have a kid of my own, I’m processing my own childhood. I hold my parents to a higher standard now than I did back then, and things I dismissed as normal I now see as extremely harmful to a child.

      • Mocha says:

        Thanks for your insights, SIde Eye. I don’t have anything to add but just chiming in to say I appreciate them.

      • SIde Eye says:

        Thank you Mocha!

    • Twin Falls says:

      Christina Ricci was spot on.

    • Mrs.Krabapple says:

      I know Ricci’s post is about this conviction specifically, but it explains a LOT about some women in society generally — and I’m just going to say it, republican women in the USA. These republican women can see how much the GOP, and the men in their OWN lives, hate women and do everything they can to oppress women. But as long as THEY (the GOP women) are treated ok by the men in their lives, it’s all fine and dandy. I also think those women have been brainwashed, because if they were to speak out, they would be yelled at and ridiculed and maybe worse. But if they play along and pretend to agree, they are praised and rewarded. And eventually their minds go into denial, and they end up genuinely believing what they were taught to believe. I mean, it’s easier to think the misogynists in their lives are correct, then to realize that their own fathers, and husbands, and sons, truly hate women, including them.

    • Juniper says:

      I’ve been in Ricci’s position. I was friends with this man who literally saved me during a dark period in my life. He was supportive, ran my business when I couldn’t, and let me stay at his house while I sorted out my living situation. It was completely platonic. He never made a move on me, ever. I had no idea he physically abused his girlfriends, and I was shocked to find out. He has several “women friends” whom I’ve met and said the same things. It’s like he kept us separate so he could say, “See I have female friends, how can I be an abuser?”

      Over the years, I have lost touch with him, but I have since found out he’s been in jail several times for his behavior. It’s almost like that old morality puzzle, If it were a stranger, what would you do? What if it was someone with whom you were close? The choice has to be with the victims.

  4. Mel says:

    Ashley, Topher’s wife, is actually a pretty amazing person! She has volunteered in the past with so many great causes, spoken up when others havent, and got a master in social work recently in order to help in a more professional capacity. I recommend going to her insta to see some of the things she has stood up for and speaks about. Topher is one lucky guy.

  5. Scurryalongnow says:

    I was a bit surprised to see most of the 70s cast wrote letters…but Laura Prepon isn’t mentioned? Didn’t she leave scientology not long ago? I would love to know what the story is there…

    • Colleen says:

      Laura Prepon has been silent because she allegedly helped silence one of the victims 20 years ago by intimidating her in a Scientology parking lot. I don’t think she wants that dragged up and trending, which it absolutely would do.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        She’s stated publicly that she left CO$ 5 years ago (she’s married to Ben Foster who was never a Scientologist). She didn’t write a letter supporting Masterson, she was probably able to avoid the pressure from them to write one by pointing out that she has info that can support the victims. She was able to escape quietly but, my guess is, she’s probably trying to lay low to avoid the wrath of CO$

      • Dara says:

        I didn’t know she left CoS and married Ben Foster. Talk about going from one bat-shit situation to another. I was into his acting for a hot minute, but there were too many stories about how cuckoo-bananas he is.

      • BQM says:

        Danny set her up with his brother Chris. They dated for several years.

  6. Sass says:

    Makes you wonder if maybe he just didn’t hang out with them because he knew they were terrible people. 🤔 all the years people shat on him for being a stuck up jerk and here he is quietly living his beautiful life and they’re all making morons of themselves.

    • Rainbow Kitty says:

      I was thinking the same thing. He was painted as stuck-up, and was rumored that he acted like he was too good for them or above them. Turns out he was too good for them. And he probably knew the other guys were scum and wanted no part of it.

    • Normades says:

      I remember that era in Hollywood goss and I don’t think anybody thought he was being a snob. He just wasn’t into the young Hollywood club scene. The other dudes rolled with huge entourages and were super showy and stuck up. If anything THEY came off as shallow and immature.

      Maybe I’m not remembering it right but I never thought Topher was a jerk because he didn’t want to party with them.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        I remember this period fairly well, Grace was definitely portrayed as difficult and an AH in how the show and cast was reported about. There were lots of stories of how he isolated himself when it was really Masterson having him frozen out and some stories that the rest of cast wanted him fired

      • Normades says:

        Probably just confusing my opinion of him at the time which was that he was just an introverted dude and didn’t like the party scene.
        Also saw this on Reddit, another reason he didn’t want to mingle:
        “ goes way beyond dabbling in drugs and alcohol which is the everyday norm on a lot of TV and film sets. Especially with the rumors coming out that the 70s shows production studio would throw Christmas parties for the cast members and crew – which turned out to were actually Scientology fundraisers.”

      • bettyrose says:

        I wasn’t a huge fan of the show but I watched it on and off, and when Topher left to “pursue a film career” I thought it was a weird move. The show was clearly winding down, and I doubted he had the chops for a serious acting career. Obviously I was wrong about his acting chops, and it would seem that we were all misinformed about the conditions under which he left the show. It’s crazy how difficult it is to do the right thing in Hollywood, which makes it all the more important to hold up as examples those who do.

    • Coco says:

      Same and Knowing what we know now I wonder if some really toxic stuff was going down on the set of That 70’s show and Grace wanted no part of it.

      Like with Sex in the City we know how bad it was for Kim Cattrall being the odd woman out in a clique group.

    • SpankyB says:

      I remember reading an interview, don’t remember who it was with but it was someone like Masterson or Kuchar, but it was said that as soon as Topher filmed his last lines for the show he got in his car and left. Didn’t stick around for a party they were throwing for him, didn’t say good bye to anyone. I thought it was weird when I read it but now it makes so much more sense. He was truly done with that situation and those people.

      • Normades says:

        @spankyb I was thinking about that exact same article! I tried to find it on line but no luck. I also seem to remember it was a Honda civic. Didn’t help in my search. Boy just wanted to GTF outta there.

      • Cait C says:

        All it was in the True Hollywood Story of “That 70’s Show.”

    • Sass says:

      Omg thank you for recalling some of the details from that time! I forgot exactly what it was that was reported about him that made him sound pretentious and it was the “leaving the show to pursue a movie career” and “driving away without so much as a goodbye”. Without the context we were left to assume that he didn’t get along with the cast and historically that is interpreted as the odd one out is the problem. Obviously even though that usually is what is thought, we often find out it’s just a scapegoat. Hell I myself have had the same thing happen to me many times. I tend to “opt out” and over the years I’ve just slowly/quietly stopped putting in effort when I notice a social setting isn’t good for me anymore. And you still get shit on for “not bothering to even say goodbye”. Well. In my experience trying to say goodbye gets you painted as a drama queen looking for attention, in other words there’s no winning. Just move on! Like he did.

      Now I can go back to proudly saying I always had the biggest crush on him 🥰

      “The real best Chris is the Topher we made along the way” – someone on Reddit

  7. SIde Eye says:

    Ashley is really awesome and I’m so grateful to her for that post. I wasn’t on gossip sites back then, but I always knew Topher was a good guy. I say that because, I saw Wilmer and Ashton coming from a mile away. Wilmer was such a creep and a jerk (the Lindsay Lohan fling when Lindsay was underage I never forgot it, and he ran his mouth all over town about her Justin Timberlake style – I was completely disgusted). I do believe Lindsay was heartbroken and that was the beginning of things unraveling for her (that and her parents). Wilmer was awful to her.

    I already knew Ashton was a jerk because I used to watch Punk’d and I paid attention to the “pranks” he played on Black people – almost all of them involving the threat of arrest or police. Very triggering. I thought Ashton was a racist for those pranks. He seemed to really get a kick out of seeing the real fear African-Americans had for police and false arrest play out in real time. Sociopathic. Sick a-hole. Then there was the cheating on Demi and how he used her to up his profile used her business connections, sponged off her money savvy to make more money, etc.all while crapping all over her. I’m glad Demi is living her best life with her dogs away from this creep.

    I didn’t know much about the convicted rapist, but he had a Creepy McCreeperton vibe to him. Just dead eyes. So I trusted none of them. I was a Team Topher person back then. I’m glad to see him vindicated. I used to argue with people who called him “stuck up” because he didn’t want to hang with a bunch of douchebros.

    It’s pretty awesome seeing everyone being outed for exactly who they are! It’s late, but I’ll take late over never.

  8. Lucy2 says:

    Ugh. I was a fan of Mila’s for some time, which diminished once she got together with Ashton, who I have never liked.
    But there is no coming back from this. Disgusting.

    • Startup Spouse says:

      I also really liked her before she married Ashton. Once I saw they were together I figured her public persona is probably just a facade and she’s actually an @sshole in real life so stopped paying attention to her.

      She hasn’t proven us wrong.

    • goofpuff says:

      She was groomed by Masterson and Aston since she was 14, so her views on the world are messed up already. I feel sorry for her that she is still stuck because she married her abuser, but it doesn’t excuse her behavior.

  9. Ocho says:

    Weirdly I remember the anecdote that Grace, Ginnifer Goodwin and their friends liked to get together and play board games. I say “weirdly” bc I didn’t even watch That 70s Show and it is such an ordinary story. I thought then, and now, that it sounds like a good time and a heck of a lot better than what the rest of the cast was up to.

  10. Normades says:

    I’m in no way surprised about Mila and Ashton but am super disappointed in Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp! C’mon Kitty and Red? Why?

  11. AnneL says:

    I won’t give Mila a pass on this now because she is an adult. But she was only 14 when she started on That 70s Show, and it sounds like she wanted to fit in and be accepted by the older “gang.” The fact that she’s still following their lead, though, is really disappointing. I’ve always liked her. Ugh.

    It’s nice to hear that Grace is a good egg and his wife seems lovely. Glad she posted that message.

    • Normades says:

      Honestly shame on the show runners for not recasting her when they found out her real age. She shouldn’t have been put in those situations at her age and Jackie would have been easy to recast (bratty and pretty, an older actress could have easily been found)

  12. Rainbow Kitty says:

    Was never a fan of Mila or Ashton. Something rubbed me the wrong way about both of them long before they were a couple. She seems really insincere and he seems like a sleez. I remember readying something about how he was pressuring Demi into threesomes during their marriage and how she was willing to do it to keep him. I don’t remember exactly, but he seems gross and I have no doubt what-so-ever that he also has done some things similar to DM. I would not be surprised if such things come out about him. But Hollywood seems to love him, tall white, handsome by typical standards… if anyone did have something to tell about him I highly doubt he would ever be brought to justice.

    • Coco says:

      In her book Demi talk about how Ashton would tell her he didn’t believe in alcoholism and would push drink on her, which lead to her drinking again after being sober for 20 years. Demi relapses made it easy for Ashton to put the blame on her for his cheating and divorce when she was spiraling. After they split the media trashed Demi and made Ashton the victim .

      I don’t remember Ashton being one of Hollywood’s golden boys, He was never that big to get that type of protection. Now the two of them staying close to Co$ would would give them protection.

  13. Paddingtonjr says:

    I have to go follow Ashley now! Her post was so simple, yet so powerful. In all the talk and hand-wringing about Danny Masterson’s conviction and sentencing, we forget about the survivors who have to live with what he did. HE had a choice: drug and rape or don’t. THE SURVIVORS didn’t have a choice, but hopefully they find some solace in his punishment. To all those supporting Masterson, f$ck you. To Topher, you married up, buddy. And to the survivors, the world can be a beautiful place, please give it another chance.

    • ariel says:

      I concur.
      A lot of us have been invested in what happens to the rapist and the supporters of the rapist- but the only people who we need to be supporting/worrying about- are the victims/survivors – the only ones without a choice in this whole sad situation.
      [i will cop to being guilty of really enjoying seeing scientology and its evil minions get what is coming to them- this is a HUGE PR loss for the “church”]

      Really impressed by Mrs. Grace’s pointed comment, speaking to the victims. She is right.

  14. Joanne says:

    I always have been repelled by Ashton. I remember when he was cheating on Demi with 2 young women that he said were “hot tub worthy”.

    • Rainbow Kitty says:

      Yep! He’s always been gross.

    • Mocha says:

      He was so gross and according to the women, they never used condoms. TMI but. He has been photographed after marrying Mila coming out of a “happy ending” massage parlour BTW.

      Also I always hated the way he got off on the red carpet with Bruce Willis, Demi, and the kids in their blended family. He loved the attention he got titillating people with their age gap romance and being with the former A-listers. Demi’s autobio seemed fair and factual and he came across as so immature and selfish and fake (totally about boosting his status in HW).

  15. Jess says:

    Good for Topher and his wife for being decent people! Did Wilmer not support Danny? Obviously he was a creep with young women (Lindsey, Demi Lovato) but he seems to be absent from this mess? Maybe he has grown up some. My SIL lived in LA around 2005 or so and went to a taping of that 70s show and Wilmer invited her out to a party after (she was 17 at the time). Luckily she declined but yuck.

    I used to like Mila but realized she is a manipulator liar. There are tons of interviews about her talking about how her mom just worked at CVS, making it sound like she was a cashier and struggled in LA when it finally came out, her mom was an actual pharmacist so making bank and well off. Clearly Mila and most of this cast just wanted to sell a narrative and have no problem lying to benefit themselves. F this people and sending love to the victims!

  16. Sean says:

    Chrissie Bixler, one of Danny Masterson’s victims has continued to post cryptic messages aimed at Ashton Kutcher on her Instagram.

    I don’t have access to her post (I don’t have an account) but here’s a screenshot someone posted on Reddit:

    “Y’all want to ask Ashton Kutcher if he remembers that orchestrated meeting between himself, January Jones, Laura Prepon and me that took place in my (Danny Masterson’s) living room in 1998? I know the secrets your “role model” keeps. #hiddencameras ?”

  17. Sean says:

    Here’s a picture Chrissie posted of Mila, Ashton, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama performing in a skit at CoS’s Celebrity Centre:

    The CoS has dirt on these people for sure.

    • Coco says:

      This makes my wonder if Ashton and Mila are apart of Co$? They have help raise money for the cult with fundraisers and more over the years. This also make me think that an investigation need to be done on Ashton so called foundation for child trafficking because that exactly what David Miscavige is on the run from human trafficking charges.

  18. ChristineM says:

    Makes you wonder even more about Lisa Robin Kelly and her eventual death. She played Eric’s sister Laurie. At the very least, it probably wasn’t a good environment for someone struggling with alcohol and drug issues.

    I always thought the stories of Topher being stuck up and ‘too cool for school’ seemed off to me and now we know why.

  19. Cara Reynolds says:

    The whole Ashton/Mila thing reminds me of a speech that Hannah Gadsby gave several years ago about “the Jimmys” and how they adjust the line in the sand for their buddies, depending on the trouble that they’re in.

  20. CCP says:

    Danny Masterson was able to live his life freely without any remorse to his victims. He is also my best friend’s first cousin, who died in a terrorist attack in Kenya.
    Danny didn’t once reach out to his family and didn’t attend the funeral of his “beloved” cousin.
    After Danny became a Scientologist he dropped his family. What a scumbag for using the death of his cousin (Jason Spindler) to gain some sort of respect; though they haven’t spoken since Danny’s family joined the Scientology cult when he was a child.
    This cult made his family cut off anyone who would go against their beliefs. The fact that he stole a picture from me to post on his Instagram page to garner sympathy is gross and so obvious.
    If only Danny was closer to his cousins, he would’ve realized that he was on the wrong side of history. I hope he stays in prison for the entire 30 year sentence. Being a Scientologist might have messed up his moral compass but there’s never an excuse to use the death of your cousin from the hands of a terrorist group to garner sympathy. Danny is an egocentric loser. He cares about nothing but himself. I bet he never even apologized to his underage victims. Rant over. Respect your friends and family while they’re with you. Aligning yourself with the wrong side of history will always go down negatively. Hopefully all the years Danny Masterson was the abuser will come back to haunt him in prison for the next 30 years.