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Danny Masterson Transferred to Minimum-Security Prison

Danny Masterson Transferred to Minimum-Security Prison

Actor Danny Masterson, known for his role in “That ’70s Show,” has been relocated to a minimum-security prison in California, according to correctional records.

Masterson, currently serving a 30-year-to-life sentence for rape, was transferred from Corcoran State Prison, a maximum-security facility, to California Men’s Colony in San Luis Obispo.

The move follows Masterson’s recent incarceration at Corcoran State Prison, where high-profile inmates like Charles Manson were held. While the reasons for the transfer remain undisclosed by law, concerns over Masterson’s well-being have been cited as a possible factor.

In June 2023, Masterson was found guilty of two counts of rape by force or fear, stemming from incidents in 2003. He was sentenced to prison and has since faced legal proceedings, including deliberation over parole eligibility in 2042.

Masterson’s relocation to the minimum-security facility marks another chapter in his legal saga, prompting continued public interest in the case.

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