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Christina Ricci on pro-Danny Masterson comments: “‘Cool kids’ can be predators”

Christina Ricci ha rischiato una denuncia perché si è rifiutata di girare una scena d’amore

The media storm that recently involved Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who wrote letters in favor of Danny Masterson when the latter was sentenced to 30 years in prison, does not seem to have calmed down yet. Christina Ricci has in fact recently spoken about herself through some posts on Instagram, speaking on the positive comments that have been made about Danny Masterson, without however making direct reference to Kutcher and Kunis.

Christina Ricci weighed in on comments in favor of Danny Masterson

We remember that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who had written letters praising the actor, they recently publicly apologized for the words used. In fact, the couple stated: We are aware of the pain caused by the letters we wrote on behalf of Danny Masterson. We support the victims. We have done this historically through our work and will continue to do so in the future”, adding that what they wrote was not intended to paint the victims or the justice system in a bad light. In fact, they stated: “The letters were not written to question the legitimacy of the justice system or the validity of the jury’s decision. They were intended for the judge to read and were not intended to undermine the victims’ testimony or retraumatize them in any way. We never wanted to do this and we are sorry that this happened.”. Christina Riccias reported by Deadlinepromptly expressed his opinion precisely to specify that those we know as “good guys” are not always really so: Sometimes, people we have loved and admired do horrible things. They may not do these things to us, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t done these horrible things and discrediting those who have been abused is a crime. The people we know as ‘cool kids’ can be predators and abusers. It’s hard to accept this, but we have to. If we say we support the victims – women, children, men, boys – then we must be able to take this position. Unfortunately, I have known many ‘cool kids’ who were lovely to me, but who were privately abusive. And I also had some personal experiences. Believe the victims. It’s not easy to come forward. It’s not easy to get a conviction.”