Danny Masterson’s wife Bijou Phillips is said to be “a shell” of herself following the actor’s rape conviction.
“Bijou is going around the sewers and is filled with all emotion and no emotion at all,” a source told the Daily Mail on Thursday.
“They had their life, and it was completely uprooted and transformed,” the source continued. “And change is as scary and miserable as one could imagine.”
The “That ’70s Show” star, 47, was sentenced Thursday to 30 years to life in prison for two rapes he committed in 2003, with the source saying Phillips’ friends are having a “difficult” time. to try to be there during his.”
The model, 43, reportedly “tried to be strong” for the couple’s nine-year-old daughter Fianna.
“She’s trying to figure out life and what it’s going to be like for her,” the source added. “It can only be compared to a divorce or a death for her not being able to be with Danny like they were.”
Phillips, who married the “Ranch” alum in October 2011 in Ireland, was present at Masterson’s court date, with Variety reporting that he blew her a kiss in the courtroom after receiving the maximum possible sentence.
In photos taken as the actress left the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, she appeared dejected and kept a low profile wearing black sungla*ses.
Masterson was charged in June 2020 with forcibly raping three women between 2001 and 2003, and he pleaded not guilty in January of the following year.
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Amid reports that Leah Remini was present during the sentencing, the ex-Scientologist reacted via Twitter.
“I am relieved that this dangerous rapist is off the streets and unable to violently a*sault and rape women with the help of Scientology,” wrote the former “King of Queens” student, who left the Church of Scientology in 2013. “The [survivors’] tenacity, strength and courage have given all victims of Scientology hope that justice is possible.
Masterson grew up in the organization. His victims are believed to be members of the church who have since left.
In a 2019 civil suit, the women alleged that the Church pressured them not to take their accusations to authorities, which Scientology denied.