That '70s Show

Following a Rape Trial, Danny Masterson was removed from the 70s show’s 25th anniversary activation

According to Entertainment Weekly, Danny Masterson, 47, has been removed from the That '70s Show's 25th anniversary activation.

The publication said the disgraced actor has been excluded from the “life-size photos,” which include photographs from the original cast of the show, which are being built during the convention.

Danny is only “briefly shown” in a video at the hotel, which also includes an intro to “Hello, Wisconsin.” According to the outlet, he is “largely absent” from the whole video, which can be seen at the hotel.

Fans of the show may come to the hotel and view the iconic 1969 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, as well as life-size pictures of the rest of the cast. A panel with co-stars Debra Jo Rupp (Kitty) and Kurtwood Smith (Red) has been canceled due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike.

Danny’s participation in the activation comes nearly two months after he was convicted of two charges of forcible rape, as reported by Variety on May 31. However, the jury was unable to reach an agreement on the fact that the case was overturned. In June 2020, he was first charged for “forcibly raping three women in separate incidents occurring between 2001 and 2003.”

Danny was found guilty on two counts in May, and the jury voted 8-4 in favor of his conviction. He has since pleaded “not guilty” and denied all of the charges against him, according to AP News. Following the convictions earlier this spring, the father-of-one is expected to face 30 years to life in prison.

Danny spent eight seasons playing Steven Hyde on the hit comedy series That ’70s Show, which ran from 1998 to its final episode in May 2006. Other actors include Mila Kunis, 39, Ashton Kutcher, 45, Laura Prepon, 43, Topher Grace, 45, and others; the reboot, That ’90s Show, premiered in January 2023.

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