Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis wrote letters to the judge to get Danny Masterson’s sentence reduced! SEE!

During Thursday’s sentencing hearing, supporters of Danny Masterson had the opportunity to send letters to the judge explaining why he deserved mercy. As it turns out, the actor, disgraced or not, still had some people in his corner.

Several of his co-stars out That 70’s show They wrote to the judge what a great guy they thought he was – rape conviction or not. This includes the biggest stars of the show, Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis.

Related: Danny under 24-hour surveillance in prison after rape conviction

Ashton, who also played the lead role Netflix‘S The ranch with Danny until he was kicked off the show because of the allegations, was particularly effusive, calling his pal “a role model”:

“As a friend, Danny has had nothing but a positive influence on me. He is an extraordinarily honest and determined person.”

The letter was first revealed by a journalist Meghan Cuniffcontinues:

“In 25 years of dating, I can’t remember him ever lying to me. He taught me to be direct and to face problems in life and relationships head on, solve them and move forward. Danny is a person who is always there for you when you need him.”

Ashton went on to say that Danny was directly responsible for keeping Ashton out of trouble in his early Hollywood days and keeping him away from bad influences, particularly people who used drugs. He painted a portrait of a stand-up guy:

“There was an incident where we were in a pizzeria and a belligerent man came in and insulted his girlfriend. We had never met or seen these people before, but Danny was the first to stand up for this girl.”

The Punk’d The creator said his longtime friend “always treated people with decency, equality and generosity” and “set a standard” for the kind of father he wanted to be. He added:

“I can honestly say, no matter where we were or who we were with, I never experienced my boyfriend as anything other than the guy I described.”

Finally, he referred to the women whose allegations led to this conviction:

“Whilst I am aware that the verdict was a verdict of guilty on two counts of forcible rape and that the victims have a strong desire for justice, I hope that my testament to his character will be taken into account in the sentencing. I do not believe he is doing any lasting harm to society and that it would be a tertiary injustice in and of itself for his daughter to be raised without a father present.”

Ashton’s wife also had a lot to say about her co-star. Mila, who started it That 70’s show When she was considerably younger than the others, she called Danny “a great friend, confidant and, above all, an excellent older brother figure to me.” She wrote:

“Danny Masterson’s warmth, humor and positive outlook on life were a driving force in shaping my character and approach to life’s challenges. His unwavering commitment to being an exceptional older brother to me had a transformative effect on my life, instilling in me a sense of self-confidence and encouraging me to strive for greatness without losing a sense of humility.”

She concluded by calling Danny “a huge positive influence” and said she would “wholeheartedly vouch for Danny Masterson’s extraordinary character.”

They weren’t the only ones. The actors who played Red and Kitty in the classic sitcom also sent letters. Debra Jo Rupp said he was the leader of the “child actors” and made them all swear not to go down the drug route. Kurtwood Smith called Danny “a positive force.”

Other letter writers include actors Giovanni Ribisi and his sister Marissa Ribisi – both too Scientologists By the way – Danny’s brother-in-law Billy Baldwinhis sister Alanna Mastersonand of course his wife Bijou Phillips, who reportedly still believes he is innocent. You can see more full-length letters HERE.

While there were plenty of friends and co-stars who said nice things, it just didn’t match the impact statements from the victims. The women, who have not yet been named, described again how Danny “drugged and raped” them. How the Church of Scientology had harassed and silenced her to protect an “untouchable” member.

The judge was clearly more touched by the pain Danny inflicted on these women – as she threw the book at him and handed down one of the longest rape sentences we’ve ever heard of, certainly for a rich, white male celebrity: 30 years to Life .

What do YOU ​​think of these letters? We’re excited to see how much further bail for a convicted rapist will impact Ashton and Mila’s careers. Does it change how YOU see them?

[Image via Katherine Christine/MEGA/WENN.]

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