Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunisone of the most notable couples Hollywood, they apologized, but for many this is not enough. The controversy that has been growing in the United States in recent days stems from the recent… Danny Masterson sentencetheir former colleague on TV series like It’s That ’70s Show AND Ranch: On September 7 last year, the actor was sentenced to imprisonment 30 years imprisonment after he was found guilty of raped two women who, like him, were members of the Church of Scientology (a third charge, again of rape, was dropped because the jury did not obtain the required majority). Kutcher and Kunis later released videos on your Instagram profiles apologize for supporting this person in the past.
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In particular, both actors wrote two separate letters of support appealed to the judge in the Masterson case, as they have done throughout 50 people (including other colleagues It’s the 70s Show Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith). “We recognize the pain caused by the character letters we wrote for Danny Masterson.” Kutcher can be heard saying in the video; Kunis repeats: “We support the victims. We have always done this in our work and will continue to do so in the future.” Kutcher goes on to explain that they wrote these documents. at the request of the family the accused who asked them “describe a person they have known in the last 25 years“; in these documents they described this person as “role models” AND “an amazing friend, confidant and most of all an incredible big brother.“
“Letters they were not written to question the legitimacy of the justice system. or the validity of the jury’s verdict. They were aimed at the judge, not at challenging the victims’ testimony or forcing them to relive the trauma.“, the two continue apology video: “We are close to every person who has been a victim of abuse, sexual assault or rape.” However, despite the heartfelt message, there are those who accuse Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis of wanting to take action now that news of the letters to judges has become public again following Masterson’s sentencing. One of the victims the actor, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “This Video very disappointing and painful. I hope they recognize the radical responsibility and importance of learning how to keep their privilege in check.“