Danny Masterson, The Actor From ‘That ’70s Show’ Receives A 30-Year To Life Prison Sentence

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The actor from “That ’70s Show” was convicted in May for sexually assaulting two women over two decades ago.

“That ’70s Show” actor, Danny Masterson, received a 30-year to life prison sentence on Thursday for the rape of two women over two decades ago at his Hollywood Hills residence.

Masterson, aged 47, maintained a stoic demeanor as Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo handed down the severe sentence.

“Mr. Masterson, I understand that you continue to assert your innocence and may feel let down by a justice system that you believe has wronged you,” Judge Olmedo remarked just before sending Masterson to prison. “However, Mr. Masterson, it’s essential to recognize that you are not the victim in this case.”

Masterson’s wife, Bijou Phillips, a model and actor who consistently supported her husband throughout the trials, swiftly put on a pair of sunglasses when Judge Olmedo announced the sentencing. She left the courtroom without uttering a word.

During the sentencing proceedings, the three women involved in the case expressed the profound impact of Masterson’s crimes on their lives and pleaded with the judge to impose a life sentence on him. Jane Doe 1 characterized the actor as “a genuine coward and a heartless monster.” Jane Doe 2 addressed Masterson from across the courtroom, stating, “I am still grappling with the trauma of what you subjected me to that night… It will take a lifetime of therapy to heal. Every time I feel like I’m making progress, the memory of that assault comes rushing back.” Jane Doe 3 informed the judge that she had been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of the ordeal.