Danny Masterson Back in Court, The Allegations and the Role of the Church of Scientology

Danny Masterson Back in Court, The Allegations and the Role of the Church of Scientology

...By Larry John for TDPel Media.

On Monday, Danny Masterson, the actor famous for his role in the TV show “That ’70s Show,” was once again in a Los Angeles courtroom.


This marks the second time in less than a year that he has faced trial on multiple counts of rape.

Prosecutors argue that he is a serial rapist and that his accusers’ voices were suppressed for years by the influential Church of Scientology.

The Allegations Against Masterson

Masterson, who is now 47 years old, is accused of raping three women in his Hollywood Hills home between 2001 and 2003.

At the time, he was at the height of his fame, playing the character of Steven Hyde on “That ’70s Show.”

Prosecutors allege that he drugged two of the women before sexually assaulting them.


The Church of Scientology’s Role

One of the significant factors in this case is the alleged involvement of the Church of Scientology in suppressing the voices of Masterson’s accusers.

Several of the women who have come forward with allegations against Masterson are former members of the Church.

They claim that the Church used its power and influence to silence them, making it difficult for them to report the assaults and have their stories heard.

Significance of the Case

The allegations against Masterson are serious and carry significant consequences if he is found guilty.

Moreover, the case also highlights the issue of sexual assault and the challenges faced by survivors who speak out against their abusers.

The involvement of the Church of Scientology also raises questions about the role of influential organizations in suppressing justice and silencing victims.


Overall, Danny Masterson’s trial on rape charges is a significant case that raises important issues related to sexual assault and the role of powerful organizations in silencing victims.

The outcome of this trial will have implications not only for Masterson but also for the survivors of sexual assault and the fight for justice.

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