Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who starred alongside Danny Masterson on the sitcom “That ’70s Show,” were among the 50 people who wrote letters of support for Masterson ahead of his sentencing on Thursday.
Masterson was convicted in June of two counts of forcible rape. He was facing a maximum sentence of 45 years to life in prison.
In their letters, Kutcher and Kunis vouched for Masterson’s “exceptional character” and pleaded for leniency.
Kutcher wrote that Masterson is “a role model” and “a person that is consistently there for you when you need him.” He also said that he does not believe Masterson is “an ongoing harm to society.”
Kunis wrote that she has known Masterson for 30 years and that he is “one of the most kind and genuine people” she knows. She also said that she believes he is “innocent of these charges.”
The letters from Kutcher and Kunis were among 50 letters of support that were submitted to the court on Masterson’s behalf.
Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison on Thursday. He is expected to appeal the verdict.
Kutcher and Kunis’ support for Masterson has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised them for standing by their friend, while others have criticized them for supporting someone who has been convicted of rape.
It is important to note that Kutcher and Kunis are not the only people who have supported Masterson. His family and friends have also spoken out in his defense.
Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide whether or not they believe Masterson is guilty of the charges against him. However, it is clear that Kutcher and Kunis believe in his innocence.
In addition to Kutcher and Kunis, other “That ’70s Show” co-stars who wrote letters of support for Masterson included Wilmer Valderrama, Laura Prepon, and Danny Masterson’s brother, Christopher Masterson.
The letters from Kutcher, Kunis, and the other “That ’70s Show” co-stars were not the only ones submitted to the court on Masterson’s behalf. Other supporters of Masterson included his family, friends, and colleagues.
Masterson’s defense team argued that he was innocent of the charges against him and that he was the victim of a “witch hunt.” They also argued that Masterson was a good man who had been wrongly accused.
The prosecution argued that Masterson was guilty of the charges against him and that he should be sentenced to the maximum sentence of 45 years to life in prison.
The judge ultimately sentenced Masterson to 30 years to life in prison. He is expected to appeal the verdict.
The case against Masterson was a high-profile one, and it has been closely followed by the public. The verdict has been met with mixed reactions, with some people supporting the decision and others criticizing it.
The case is a reminder of the importance of due process and the presumption of innocence. It is also a reminder of the power of celebrity and the importance of holding people accountable for their actions.
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