Entertainer Danny Masterson, a star of the sitcom “That ’70s Show,” was condemned Thursday to no less than 30 years in jail for assaulting two ladies at his home twenty years prior.

The US entertainer was sentenced in May for medicating and afterward assaulting individual individuals from the Congregation of Scientology somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2003 at his home in the fancy Hollywood Slopes area of Los Angeles.
Forcing a sentence of 15 years-to-life on each assault conviction, to run sequentially, Judge Charlaine Olmedo said she realized Masterson kept on fighting his blamelessness.
“Mr. Masterson, you are not the casualty here,” she told him, adding that his activities had removed someone else’s voice and decision.

Masterson, who is hitched to entertainer Bijou Phillips, and who has a nine-year-old little girl, was requested to enroll as a sex guilty party until the end of his life upon his delivery from jail.

One of Masterson’s casualties, recognized as Jane Doe 2, told the entertainer in court: “You relish… harming ladies.”

“You carried on with your life behind a cover as two individuals. However, the genuine one stays here,” she said, adding the world is “more secure” with Masterson in prison.

It was the second assault preliminary for 47-year-old Masterson, after past procedures were pronounced a malfeasance in November when an alternate jury couldn’t arrive at a consistent choice.

The jury in the retrial stopped on another assault charge against a third lady. That charge was excused.

Masterson has been in authority anticipating condemning since his conviction.
The entertainer rose to popularity with the 1998 send off of retro sitcom “That ’70s Show,” where he played the personality of Steven Hyde close by individual stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher.

He co-featured again with Kutcher on Netflix’s “The Farm,” however was terminated in 2017 and discounted the show after Los Angeles police affirmed they were examining numerous assault charges against the entertainer.

The three ladies at the core of the charges against Masterson were individuals from the Congregation of Scientology at that point. Two of them said church authorities had deterred them from reaching policing.


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