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Chrissie Carnell Bixler Shares Concerns About Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Chrissie Carnell Bixler, a former partner of Danny Masterson and one of his accusers in an ongoing rape trial, has voiced her concerns regarding Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.

Supportive Letters

Kutcher and Kunis penned letters of support for Masterson before his recent sentencing, where he was found guilty of two counts of rape and sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.


Bixler’s Instagram Stories message hinted at undisclosed secrets and implied connections between Kutcher and Masterson, raising questions about their past interactions.

Message to Mila Kunis

In her message, Bixler urged Kunis to reflect on her experiences while working on the same set as a child actor, hinting at potential insights from her earlier interviews.

Maintaining Vagueness

While referencing specific locations and dates from her time with the cast, Bixler remained relatively vague in her statement, refraining from providing further details or context.

Support from Other Castmates

Kutcher and Kunis were not the only ‘That ’70s Show’ alumni who wrote letters on Masterson’s behalf. Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith also participated, although Topher Grace did not join them in pleading for a lighter sentence.

Mention of Topher Grace

Bixler mentioned Grace, characterizing him as the only cast member with integrity and a moral compass, and claiming that Masterson had treated him poorly on set.

History of Accusations

Bixler had previously accused Masterson publicly in 2017 and was one of four women who filed a lawsuit against him in August 2019. During the trial, she recounted an alleged assault that occurred in 2001, while Masterson was convicted of raping two other women.

Seeking Justice

Despite her disappointment with the trial’s outcome regarding her claims, Bixler remains determined to pursue justice, including through civil court, where she aims to shed light on the role of Scientology and others in covering up Masterson’s behavior.