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Kathy Griffin joins the bandwagon, slams Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis for supporting Danny Masterson

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Kathy Griffin joins the bandwagon, slams Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis for supporting Danny Masterson

Kathy Griffin joins the bandwagon, slams Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis for supporting Danny Masterson
Kathy Griffin joins the bandwagon, slams Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis for supporting Danny Masterson

Kathy Griffin joins the list of many stars and celebrities who have criticized Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis for supporting convicted rape actor Danny Masterson and defending his character.

Kathy Griffin slams Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis for mentioning Danny Masterson’s days with them in That 70’s Show in the pre-sentencing letter and recalled trying to report her brother Ken for alleged pedophilia.

“The idea that this guy was also convicted of drugging these women … it’s such a serious thing that I don’t care that when they were working on That ’70s Show, he was like a good guy to work with,” the comedian burst out in a video posted on TikTok.

The star of My D-List Life then went into detail about her attempt to have her now-deceased brother Ken “caught” for alleged child abuse.

She criticized Kunis and Kutcher for arguing in favor of their close friendship with Masterson.

“That was my brother, so I don’t want to hear about Ashton and Mila and Giovanni Ribisi and people who feel they have to stand up for Danny Masterson because he was their brother. He was their friend,” she added.

Griffin said he went against “his own brother” after “two of his girlfriends confessed to her.” “He also physically abused them very badly,” she revealed.

The 62-year-old ex Fashion Police co-host admitted she reported Ken to the police twice, which created a “giant rift” in her family. Because she was trying to get her brother in jail, she ended up being “shunned.”

She went on to urge everyone to “at least try” to do the right thing “if you know someone is committing SA [sexual assault]”.

“The thing is, in my case, blood was not thicker than water,” she added.

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