Another woman has accused Danny Masterson of rape, except this time, it’s his ex-girlfriend. Bobette Riales, who dated Danny back in the early 2000’s not long after he starred in That ’70’s Show, claimed on Twitter today that the entertainer “repeatedly” sexually assaulted her.
On her Twitter account, she wrote that she has “stayed quiet long enough,” and she claimed Danny assaulted her over and over again. We have her original tweet for you to see below.
The woman states all she wants to see is justice and to have him not do it to anyone else ever again. A representative on behalf of the 41-year-old actor did not respond to comment yet.
As you may know, this is the fifth woman to accuse him of such crimes, beginning with Chrissie Bixler who said he raped her while they were both members of the Church of Scientology.
Bixler claimed that she reported the crime to the Church, but they didn’t take the claim seriously. However, the same thing can’t be said for the other alleged victims, who have came out to support each other.
Railes took to Twitter to shout out to Bixler with the hashtag, “#MeToo, #Sisters.”
I stayed quiet long enough. Danny Masterson repeatedly raped me. All I seek is justice and to prevent this from ever happening to anyone else as it has for some time. My truth will be heard. I applaud her strength as well. @ChrissieBixler #metoo #sisters
— Bobette Riales (@RialesMBobette) December 21, 2017
Reportedly, the LAPD and the Los Angeles County District Attorney is investigating the complaints. As a result of the charges, Netflix wrote off Masterson’s character on The Ranch.
In response, Danny said he was hugely “disappointed” in Netflix’s decision to out him from the series because, in our culture, a guilty verdict has to be reached before we decide if people are guilty.
The actor said he had denied the charges against him repeatedly over the years and law enforcement looked into the case more than 15 years ago and decided they were utterly baseless. Masterson said that, at the moment, people are losing their jobs due to accusations without evidence and are presumed to be guilty before a trial. The actor said he looks forward to clearing his reputation.