‘That ’70s Show’ star is suing the show’s producer, claiming that he was the target of an orchestrated “witch hunt”

Danny Masterson rape trial: Allegations aired against ‘That ’70s Show’ star

The ‘That ’70s Show’ star was acquitted of charges of rape by a Los Angeles jury.

The former ‘That ’70s Show’ star is suing the show’s producer, claiming that he was the target of an orchestrated “witch hunt” by network executives.

The actor claimed to have been attacked in the 1980s and sued over a lawsuit alleging he suffered “traumatic stress disorder.” He also filed a civil suit against his brother and former co-star Jason Segel, saying they were responsible for the trauma his body suffered from excessive drinking.

The case, called Masterson v. Segel, begins in a Los Angeles County court.

The ‘That ’70s Show’ star was acquitted of charges of rape by a Los Angeles jury.

The ‘That ’70s Show’ star is suing the show’s producer, claiming that he was the target of an orchestrated “witch hunt” by network executives. The ‘That ’70s Show’ star is suing the show’s producer,claiming that he was the target of an orchestrated “witch hunt” by network executives.

The actor filed for bankruptcy and was ordered to pay $1.8 million to a woman claiming that he sexually assaulted her in the 1980s. NBC, he said, was aware of the incident and had a “me-too” program called “Surviving Your Assault” that was supposed to help solve the “problem” of sex crimes.

In the settlement, Masterson will not report any current criminal activity to police and not seek an assault or sexual battery victims’ advocate. In addition, he will submit to a polygraph test, pay $10,000 a month in child support, and pay $500 a month in maintenance for his ex-wife.

His bankruptcy comes in the wake of a civil suit filed against his brother, Jason Segel, a man who he said was responsible for the trauma his body suffered from excessive drinking. Segel responded to the news of the bankruptcy filing and tweeted that the actor was “in trouble already.”

The actor’s lawyers said they will re-file the

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