Netflix Fires Danny Masterson Amid Rape Allegations

In a statement, Mr. Masterson denied a accusations, that he described as “outrageous.”

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“Law coercion investigated these claims some-more than 15 years ago and dynamic them to be though merit,” he said. “I have never been charged with a crime, let alone convicted of one. In this country, we are reputed trusting until proven guilty. However, in a stream climate, it seems as if we are reputed guilty a impulse we are accused.”

At slightest 3 of a women claimed they were pressured to keep still by a Church of Scientology, to that they and Mr. Masterson belonged, according to Mr. Ortega, who wrote a book on Scientology.

The Church of Scientology “adamantly denied” that it had pressured victims. “What is being settled is definitely untrue,” it pronounced in a statement. “This has zero to do with religion. This story is being manipulated to pull a hypocritical agenda.”

“The Ranch” is a comedy about a unsuccessful veteran athlete, played by Ashton Kutcher, who earnings home to assistance his father and his brother, played by Mr. Masterson, on their family ranch.

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In his statement, Mr. Masterson pronounced he was “very disappointed” by Netflix’s decision. He thanked a cast, organisation and fans of a uncover and pronounced he wished it success.

Before a Tuesday announcement, a Netflix executive had reportedly unwittingly told one of Mr. Masterson’s purported victims that a association did not trust a accusations.

The sell occurred during a children’s soccer diversion on Sunday when a plant approached a executive, Andy Yeatman, a executive of tellurian kids calm for Netflix, HuffPost reported.

After Mr. Yeatman concurred to a lady that he worked during Netflix, she asked because a association had finished zero about Mr. Masterson, according to a report.

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Mr. Yeatman reportedly pronounced that a association generally takes such allegations seriously, though did not trust Mr. Masterson’s accusers.

“I’m one of them,” a woman, whom HuffPost did not name, told him.

Netflix said in a statement that Mr. Yeatman’s comments “were careless, uninformed and do not paint a views of a company.”

The news of Mr. Masterson’s banishment comes one day after Netflix announced that a sixth and final season of “House of Cards” would star Robin Wright, who had common a spotlight with Kevin Spacey until he was dismissed this tumble following a slew of reports of passionate misconduct.


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