G. McConway
September 8, 2023

Danny Masterson Sentenced to 30 Years

In a rather stunning ruling, former "That 70s Show" star Danny Masterson has been sentenced to 30 years, reported NBC News.

Masterson was convicted of two of the three rapes he had been charged with that took place more than two decades ago.

Masterson stood there emotionless when the news was delivered.

Bye, Bye

This is honestly the first time the Church of Scientology has had a crack in its armor.

If we are to believe Leah Remini and Mike Rinder, two former members of the church who have since come out to expose what goes on behind the scenes, the church has been able to cover up crimes like this for decades, especially for prominent members.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charlaine F. Olmedo handed out years to Masterson like she was giving out Halloween candy.

The victims also addressed Masterson as he just stared ahead blankly, with no visible reaction.

One woman stated, “When you raped me, you stole from me,” said one woman who Masterson was convicted of raping in 2003. “That’s what rape is, a theft of the spirit.”

“You are pathetic, disturbed, and completely violent,” she said. “The world is better off with you in prison," reported Breitbart.

The judge handed down the maximum sentence in the case, dismissing the defense plea to have the sentences run concurrently, which would have had Masterson out in 15 years.

His defense attorneys stated, “It’s his life that will be impacted by what you decide today. And the life of his 9-year-old daughter, who means the world to him, and to whom he means the world.

“He has lived an exemplary life, he has been an extraordinary father, husband, brother, son, co-worker, and community servant."

An exemplary, life… other than raping a couple of women, that is.

To Remini's point, the women stated when they had approached Scientology officials to report the rape, they were told they were not raped, then they were put through ethics programs, as well as warned against going to the police.

The church, of course, says it did nothing wrong.

The Church of Scientology responded, “The Church has no policy prohibiting or discouraging members from reporting criminal conduct of anyone — Scientologists or not — to law enforcement."

See you in 30 years, Danny.

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