Danny Masterson’s accuser Chrissie Carnell Bixler is calling out Ashton Kutcher once again for making sexual comments about underage Hilary Duff and now-wife Mila Kunis.
Bixler, who was one of three women to accuse Masterson of rape, took to her Instagram Story on Saturday to share resurfaced videos of Kutcher from the early aughts.
In a clip from a 2003 episode of “Punk’d,” the actor says about a then-15-year-old Duff, “She’s one of the girls that we’re all waiting for to turn 18. Along with the Olsen twins.”
Bixler also shared old footage from “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” in which Kunis recalled Kutcher making a “side bet” with Masterson when she was 14 years old on “That ’70s Show.”
“Danny goes to him and goes, ‘Dude, I’ll give you $10 if you French kiss her,’” she said.
Yet another resurfaced clip captured Kunis sitting on Kutcher’s lap as a teenager in a promo video for the sitcom.
“And it feels good! And I like it a lot!” he said while laughing and grabbing the actress who was giggling and screaming.
Bixler put Masterson in the hot seat as well when she posted a video of the actor remembering how he landed his first role on “That ’70s Show” alongside Kunis.
“14, she was even hotter, if I’m allowed to say that,” he said.
Reps for Kutcher, Kunis and Masterson did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
She also slammed the “Just Married” star and his wife for praising their former co-star in pre-sentencing letters to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo.
The couple came under fire last week for their controversial statements requesting leniency for Masterson after he found guilty in May.
“As a friend, Danny has been nothing but a positive influence on me,” Kutcher wrote in his letter. “He’s an extraordinarily honest and intentional human being.”
“I attribute not falling into the typical Hollywood life of drugs directly to Danny,” he added.
The actor also said he doesn’t believe that Masterson “is an ongoing harm to society.”
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Similarly, Kunis described the “Ranch” star an “amazing friend, confidant, and, above all, an outstanding older brother figure to me.”
“His caring nature and ability to offer guidance have been instrumental in my growth both personally and professionally,” she added.
“We are aware of the pain that has been caused by the character letters that we wrote on behalf of Danny Masterson,” Kutcher said, adding that they did not intend to “undermine the testimony of the victims or re-traumatize them in any way.”
“And we’re sorry if that has been the case,” he continued.
Kunis, for her part, said, “We support victims. We have done this historically through our work and will continue to do so in the future.”
“Our heart goes out to every single person who has ever been a victim of sexual assault, sexual abuse or rape,” she added.