Accuser Danny Masterson criticizes That 70’s Show costars Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

One of Danny Masterson’s accusers, Chrissie Carnell Bixler, criticized Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis in a series of Instagram stories following the pair’s controversial letters.

Danny Masterson has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for raping two women, but for his That 70’s Show co-star, it looks like things are just starting to heat up.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been in trouble since their character letters to Masterson were made public, leading to a wave of backlash.

In a joint video, the couple stated that the letters were “intended to be read by the judge and not to undermine the victims’ testimony,” but many have criticized the couple for the apology “according to their script”.

And now, one of Masterson’s accusers, Chrissie Carnell Bixler, has spoken out. Bixler criticized the couple in a series of Instagram stories, in which she hinted at some troubling allegations and even called Kutcher “just as sick” as Masterson.

“Dear Ashton, I know the secrets your ‘role model’ keeps for you,” Bixler wrote, referring to a letter about Kutcher’s character in which he called Masterson his role model. She also claimed to have “heard everything”, referring to a secret phone call between Kutcher and Masterson on February 21, 2001.

It didn’t take long for online sleuths to link the date back to the murder of Ashley Ellerin, a 22-year-old fashion student who had begun dating Kutcher earlier that month after the pair met at a party.

Ellerin was later murdered in her LA apartment by “Hollywood Ripper,” Michael Gargiulo, on February 21 — a night she was supposed to hang out with Kutcher. Now, some people are theorizing that there may have been more going on that night than initially believed.

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And Bixler was certainly hinting as much when he said “I heard the plan. In my opinion, you are as sick as your ‘mentor’.”

When it came to Kunis, Bixler prayed for her to “process what you went through as a child on that set” and encouraged her to consider therapy for her “big brother” relationship. he shared with Masterson.

“You all have to forget that I was there for the first five years of The 70’s Show,” Bixler said. “I remember everything.”

And it seems only time will tell exactly what Bixler meant. Check out all the latest entertainment news on our site here.

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