The couple attended the wedding of Justin Mooney, who starred in The Ranch alongside Kutcher. The nuptials took place on Saturday, Jan. 26 in Santa Helena, Calif. Scientology expert Tony Ortega was the first to report the bizarre sighting on his blog The Underground Bunker.
According to shocking photos obtained by Radar, Kutcher, 40, and Kunis, 35, were joined by longtime scientologist Patrick Renna, who officiated the ceremony. The couple appeared carefree as they also snapped photos alongside Masterson, 42, inside of a photobooth, shown below.
However, according to a source, Kutcher and Kunis weren’t as at ease at the wedding as photographs let on. An insider close to guests of the wedding claimed the Hollywood couple wore masks for a majority of the night in an attempt to save their image from mingling with Masterson.
“Danny faces charges for the things that Ashton supposedly stands in fighting against – and they’re in a scientology wedding,” said the source.
In the photo shown above, Kutcher is the only male wearing an animal mask in an attempt to cover up. Three men stand in between he and his ex-co-star Masterson, who was clutching red wine and appeared to be letting loose.
The source confirmed that while Kutcher and Kunis are not members of the controversial church backed by Tom Cruise, they have been around scientologists in the industry “for 20 years.”
As Radar readers know, Masterson, who appeared on That 70s Show alongside the hot couple, is accused of raping four women. Three former scientologists and a fourth woman alleged that the alleged assault occurred between 2001 and 2004.
Masterson has yet to be arrested or charged for the alleged crimes. In 2017, he denied the allegations.
Masterson went on to star in Netflix’s The Ranch with Kutcher. But he was axed from the streaming service after the four women came forward with allegations against him.
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