Danny Masterson accusers answer Scientology's salvo at California appeals court - 2021-08-17

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F347.png Danny Masterson accusers answer Scientology's salvo at California appeals court August 17, 2021, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

(UPDATE: Laura Prepon follows Beck's lead by mentioning in a People interview today that she's been out of Scientology for five years. Given her association with Danny Masterson and past intimidation of one of his victims, she has more to explain. We've asked Leah Remini for her thoughts, but she's taping six episodes of her game show today so it may be a while before we hear from her.)

"I changed my mind" is not a defense: That's what Scientology told a California appeals court last month, asking the court to uphold an earlier decision that essentially killed a lawsuit filed by Danny Masterson's rape accusers against the That '70s Show actor and the Church of Scientology itself.

This is in regards to the civil lawsuit that Chrissie Carnell-Bixler and three more of Masterson's accusers (and Chrissie's husband, rocker Cedric Bixler-Zavala) filed against Masterson and the church, alleging that since the women came forward to the LAPD in 2016 they have been subjected to years of a coordinated harassment campaign. The lawsuit is over that harassment, not the rapes themselves, which are the subject of a separate criminal case.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Danny Masterson accusers answer Scientology's salvo at California appeals court | url = https://tonyortega.org/2021/08/17/danny-masterson-accusers-answer-scientologys-salvo-at-california-appeals-court/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = August 17, 2021 | accessdate = August 27, 2021 }}