Danny Masterson is selling his Hollywood Hills home, located near the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Centre.
The That 70s Show star — who has been accused of multiple counts of rape — has put his 5,500-square-foot mansion on the market, and he wants $7 million after losing an unrelated legal battle with his mortgage holders.
One week after a judge ordered the 45-year-old to pay the $1.995 million he still owed on his home, Masterson has decided to sell.
He'll make a pretty profit off the five-bedroom, four-bathroom pad if he gets the asking price, which is currently sitting at $6.995 million.
Masterson bought the home in 2007 for less than $3 million. His 30-year mortgage was reportedly set at around $9,000 per month.
However, he doesn't actually live at the mansion in the Hills. The disgraced actor currently resides more than two hours away in Santa Ynez, CA.
The sale of Masterson's home near the Scientology church might come in handy as he continues to fight multiple rape allegations made against him.
The actor is out of jail thanks to a $3.3 million bond arrangement. He faces up to 45 years in prison if found guilty in his November trial.
Masterson has been accused of raping three women — all of whom are former Scientologists — between 2001 and 2003.
His accusers took the stand in a preliminary hearing, with one of the women giving a harrowing testimony about the night Masterson allegedly drugged her, raped her, and held a gun to her head.
Recounting her story of the night in 2003 where she claims Masterson raped her, she alleged the actor piled her with a "fruity drink," put her in the jacuzzi, and carried her to his bed where he allegedly proceeded to have sex with her as she reportedly attempted to fight him off.
The accuser told the court that after Masterson was done allegedly raping her, the Scientologist reportedly grabbed a gun and warned her, "Don't say a f----ng word. You're not going to tell anybody."
She claimed she went to the church officials for help but they allegedly warned her not to talk about the alleged rape with anyone outside of Scientology or she'd be shunned.
Masterson and his legal team have fiercely denied the allegations, but the accusers' testimonies were enough for the judge to move forward to trial.