Danny Masterson has been sent to what is most likely going to be his permanent home: the maximum-security Corcoran State Prison in California’s central region, which was Charles Manson’s residence for many years, according to official documents. A Los Angeles jury found Masterson guilty in May of raping two women in the 1990s. Masterson had previously been housed in the North Kern state prison intake facility and a LA County lockup. He was subsequently transferred to Corcoran, which is located roughly midway between Bakersfield and Sacramento.
The majority of the old “That ’70s Show” star’s thirty-year to life term is anticipated to be served there. According to prison statistics, Masterson, who is the father of a teenage daughter with Bijou Phillips, will be 66 years old in 2042, which is when he will be able to receive probation.
Blogger Jeffrey Augustine broke the initial news of Masterson’s most recent shift. Augustine also states that Masterson would be residing in the prison’s Level 4 most secure housing unit, which has the greatest level of protection conceivable. Notable ex-Corcoran prisoner in addition to Manson is Bobby Kennedy shooter Sirhan Sirhan. Should Masterson face difficulties within the prison’s Level 4 general population, Corcoran offers a separate section designated as the Protective Housing Unit specifically for offenders who pose a risk of harm. Manson was detained in that wing from 1989 until he was discovered to be a drug trafficker, over ten years later.