For the first time, Ashton Kutcher has addressed the rape allegations about former co-star Danny Masterson.
The actor, Masterson who played the role alongside Kutcher in That ‘70s Show and Netflix’s The Ranch was arrested and charged in 2020 with three counts of rape by force or fear with three separate women.
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Ashton Kutcher has finally shared his perspective on the charges leveled against the actor. He spoke to Esquire in an article published today, January, 31st.
“I wholesale feel for anybody who feels like they were violated in any way,” he told Esquire in an article published Jan. 31, adding that he wants Masterson “to be found innocent of the charges brought against him.”
Speaking about his relationship with Materson, Kutcher disclosed that Masterson was a mentor during his early years in Hollywood—explained that the ultimate answer isn’t so simple.
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“Ultimately, I can’t know,” Kutcher continued. “I’m not the judge. I’m not on the jury. I’m not the DA. I’m not the victim. And I’m not the accused. And so, in that case, I don’t have a space to comment.” After pausing, as the outlet noted, he added, “I just don’t know.”