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Danny Masterson Found Guilty Of Rape Charges 3 Years Later

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[Warning: Potentially Triggering Content] Danny Masterson has been convicted of forcible rape three years after he was charged.

In case you need a refresher, the disgraced star best known for portraying Steven Hyde on That ’70s Show was charged with three counts of felony rape way back in 2020, with his victims saying the crimes took place between 2001 and 2003 during the height of his fame.

He pleaded not guilty at the time, insisting the interactions with the women were either consensual or never happened at all — then more drama came along when in December of last year the court couldn’t come to a decision on a verdict and the case was declared a mistrial. Related: Bob Saget’s Sudden Death Ended John Stamos’ Rift With Olsen Twins The case was huge, even opening new doors into the world of Scientology and its teachings because the 47-year-old and his victims were members of the church.

But just because the actor’s first trial was acquitted didn’t mean he was out of the woods yet. The retrial of this case finally gave the world clear answers this time — and on Wednesday, according to Variety, he was found guilty on two of the three counts of forcible rape he was charged with.

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