Danny Masterson moved out of maximum security prison over safety concerns – National

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Former That ’70s Show actor and convicted rapist Danny Masterson has been transferred out of the maximum-security prison where he was to serve his 30-year sentence amid concerns for his safety.

Masterson, 47, was moved to California Men’s Colony, a medium and minimum-security facility, in San Luis Obispo after serving about two weeks of his sentence at Corcoran State Prison. He was originally placed in the maximum-security facility on Jan. 29.

Deadline was first to report the news of Masterson’s prison transfer, and said he was transferred out of concern for “the inmate’s well-being.”

The threat to Masterson’s well-being is unclear.

Corcoran State Prison has housed a number of infamous criminal figures, including the cult leader Charles Manson, who resided in the prison for two decades. The facility’s conditions are rough, with cramped cells, overcrowding and often unsanitary living conditions.

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In his new surroundings at the California Men’s Colony, Masterson and other inmates have access to more services and opportunities. There are a number of academic, trades-based and support programs available to inmates. Prisoners can access various “self-improvement programs” and therapies for “substance abuse education, criminal thinking, anger management and family relationships,” according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Content retrieved from: https://madrastribune.com/2024/02/25/danny-masterson-moved-out-of-maximum-security-prison-over-safety-concerns-national/.

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