Danny Masterson Uses Fame to His Advantage While Serving 30-Year Prison Sentence
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The actor, who is famous for his role on a TV series titled 'That '70s Show', reportedly uses his status as a celebrity to manipulate and control other inmates.

AceShowbiz - Danny Masterson, the former "That '70s Show" star, is serving a 30-year prison sentence for raping two women. Despite being removed from the Church of Scientology after his conviction, Masterson has allegedly been using its teachings to his advantage behind bars.

Sources claim that Masterson's celebrity status has made him a popular figure among inmates. He reportedly uses his status to manipulate and control others, leveraging his knowledge of Scientology's tactics. It's believed that he has assembled a group of protectors and supporters within the prison.

However, Masterson is also under 24/7 surveillance at the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail. He is being monitored for signs of mental distress, with video monitoring and cell checks every 30 minutes. His attorney insists that Masterson is mentally sound and confident in winning an appeal.

Prosecutors alleged that Masterson used his status and the support of Scientology to evade accountability for his crimes. Victims testified that when they reported the rapes to Scientology officials, they were advised not to involve the police.

Masterson's wife, Bijou Phillips, has been reportedly struggling since his conviction. She is said to be emotionally drained and trying to maintain a brave face for their 9-year-old daughter.

In September 2023, Danny was sentenced to 30 years in prison for two counts of forcible rape. In October of that same year, he was expelled from the organization as he was labeled as a "Suppressive Person." As a result, active members of the church are not allowed to be in contact with him.

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