Danny Masterson was found guilty of rape and given a 30-year role

Firstly,According to Deputy D.A. Reinhold Mueller of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, actor Danny Masterson was sentence on Thursday to 30 years. To life in prison after being found guilty on two charges of rape earlier this year in a Los Angeles courtroom.

Secondly, According to Mueller, Masterson given the “aggregate” maximum punishment for the offences.

Danny Masterson

The 47-year-old “That ’70s Show” star arrest after being found guilty on two of three counts of rape in late May. In regards to the third count, the jury was tie.

Masterson had entered a not guilty plea to raping three women at his house. In separate events between 2001 and 2003 after his original arrest in 2020.

The second trial in the case, which start on April 24 and end on May 17, result in the sentence that was given on Thursday. Defense attorneys Shawn Holley and Philip Cohen defended Masterson. The case was pursue by Deputy District Attorneys Ariel Anson and Mueller.

Holley informed the media Thursday that they intended to appeal his rape convictions.

Reading from a statement, Holley add, “We are very disappoint in the punishment the judge hand down today. “Mr. Masterson did not commit the crimes for which he was convict, and we and the appellate lawyers. Who are the best and brightest in the country, are confident that these convictions will be overturn.”

The first trial started in October 2022, and after the jury couldn’t agree, a mistrial was declare the following month, the district attorney said at the time.

Following the sentencing on Thursday, Alison Anderson, the attorney for two of the three accusers. Released a statement saying that her clients “have displayed tremendous strength and bravery. By coming forward to law enforcement and directly participating in two grueling criminal trials.”

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