One Of Danny Masterson’s Accusers Has Accused Him Of Murdering Her Two Dogs

January 23, 2020 / Posted by:

Danny Masterson is the most likely reason why Topher Grace would rather edit more Star Wars clips together than arrange a That ’70s Show reunion. For nearly three years, Danny has been under police investigation for rape after six women accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Danny has also been accused of sending his Scientology friends to silence his victims and cover up any allegations. Danny is in the news again, and not for a new rape accusation, but for an accusation of retaliation against an accuser by way of dog murder.

Radar Online says that this most recent accusation comes from Chrissie Bixler, one of two accusers who have gone public with their name, and one of four women who are currently suing Danny. Chrissie tells Radar that in 2018, her dog Ethel died under mysterious circumstances. Chrissie’s vet determined that Ethel died due to a ruptured throat. That might make you picture Danny Masterson hiding out in a white windowless van while a Celebrity Centre lackey jumps a backyard fence and chokes a poor dog to death. And if what I learned on Leah Remini’s Scientology show was true, you’re probably not too far off with your mental hypothesis. But a ruptured esophagus can be caused by many things, like for example, vomiting too aggressively. That’s important to remember as we venture into Chrissie’s second dog’s death.

This week, Chrissie posted a message on Instagram informing everyone that her second dog, an almost one-year-old German Shepherd puppy named Biscuit, has died. She claims that a team of vets, as well as the ASPCA poison control team, determined that Biscuit was poisoned. And as you can see by sweet little Biscuit’s social media send off, Chrissie places the blame squarely on Danny Masterson and Scientology.

Chrissie’s husband Cedric Bixler-Zavala (singer for The Mars Volta) also fully believes that Biscuit was murdered by Scientologists. He posted a picture of ground meat stuffed with rat poison that he allegedly found in their backyard.

Chrissie doesn’t have proof that Biscuit died at the hands of Scientology, but she believes they have motives to do such a thing. Chrissie has been very vocal about her rape accusations against Danny, as well as her accusations that the Church of Scientology did everything in their power to prevent her from reporting her rape. Chrissie dated Danny for six years, and is a former member of the Church of Scientology. Cedric posted the following video that he believes shows Danny’s wife Bijou Phillips mocking the police report Chrissie gave when reporting her alleged rape. So clearly, Chrissie is still a name mentioned around the Masterson-Phillips home.

Additionally, Chrissie believes she’s a target, because it sounds like the Church of Scientology told her she was.

“They warned me back then they’d destroy me. They did. They did. And for four years I’ve been screaming for help and no one cares.”

Radar spoke to the LAPD, who confirmed they have opened an investigation. The Church of Scientology released a statement regarding Chrissie and Cedric’s accusations, and of course they deny any involvement.

“These claims are completely false and insane. The Bixlers have fabricated the most outrageous lies and are now using Instagram as a channel for their latest hallucinatory publicity stunt.”

But killing two of your own dogs? That’s beyond a publicity stunt. What level of delusion does the Church of Scientology exist that they think something as extreme as dog murder is just a thing you do for attention? Eh, should we be that surprised? The Church of Scientology has never really been one for publicity stunt subtlety.

Pic: Wenn.com

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