Amy Schumer Controversial Tweets on Kutcher: Stirring the Social Media Pot

Amy Schumer Controversial Tweets on Kutcher: Amy Schumer deleted her inflammatory tweets about Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ letters of support for Danny Masterson.

Schumer apologized for insulting Nicole Kidman in her first post. She apologized for Masterson’s character letters provided to a judge before his September 7 hearing, where he was sentenced to 30 years to life. Schumer withdrew the post, saying, “I want to apologize to everyone I hurt by posting a picture of Nicole Kidman and implying that she was an alien.”

Schumer joked, “I’ll ask the cast of that 1970s show to write me letters asking for forgiveness,” and ended with #takingtimetoheal.

X, formerly Twitter, shared Schumer’s deleted tweet. Comments were full of outraged supporters. A person wrote, “You know you’re in a bad place when Amy Schumer uses you to make a point.” As another commented, “Just when I thought she couldn’t get any more tasteless.” Why Schumer mocked a vital topic was also questioned. User: “Why does she mock something so serious?”

In “That ’70s Show,” Masterson was sentenced to 30 to life for two charges of forced rape in May. Fox News Digital obtained court documents showing Kutcher and Kunis wrote to the judge supporting Masterson.

Kutcher and Masterson appeared on “That ’70s Show.” Kutcher named Masterson a role model and said he avoided Hollywood’s drug environment because of him. He strongly agreed that Masterson never wanted to hang out with drug users.

After that, Kutcher and Kunis apologized on Instagram, saying their messages didn’t hurt Masterson’s victims. Kutcher added, “We know that the character letters we wrote for Danny Masterson have caused pain,” in a video apology. Kunis is committed to helping the victims in their future work.

After Masterson was convicted, his lawyers announced they would appeal. They said the case was unfair and would overturn the sanctions. Shawn Holley, Masterson’s lawyer, detailed why they don’t believe he did what was said.

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