Church of Scientology is sued by four women for ‘attempting to cover up sexual assault allegations’ against That 70s Show actor Danny Masterson

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Church of Scientology is sued by four women for 'attempting to cover up sexual assault allegations' against That 70s Show actor Danny Masterson

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The Church of Scientology is being sued in an ongoing case for ‘attempting to cover up the alleged sexual assaults of four women by Danny Masterson’.

Actor Danny Masterson, 44, who made a name for himself in That 70s Show, was charged with multiple counts of rape against three women on June 17.

But it is not just Masterson’s morality that has come into question, the Church of Scientology is also being held accountable, with four women, three of whom have filed the sexual charges against the actor, issuing a law suit against Masterson and the church for allegedly taking part in a cover-up, reports Page Six .

PLAY Top Articles by Daily Mail Black family flees from mob after woman claims they stole her car About Connatix V27898 Read More SPONSORED / Coming Next Skip Ad The church, which Masterson has been a member of since he was fifteen, has denied all claims against it alleged by the civil law suit which has been ongoing since 2019. All four of the female accusers are former Scientology members who claim in the suit that they were harassed by the church after coming forward with their accusations of sexual assault.

Attorney for the civil suit, Stewart Ryan, told Page Six : ‘It is alleged that our clients reported the sexual assaults to Scientology at the times that they happened.

‘It is alleged in the suit that Scientology attempted to cover up the sexual assaults.’

Two of the women named in the suit were Masterson’s ex-girlfriends […]

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