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At the Drive In Singer Accuses Actor Danny Masterson of Raping His Wife

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At the Drive In vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala has it out for Danny Masterson, who alleges that the actor and Church of Scientology member raped his wife, Chrissie Carnell Bixler, and that the incident has been covered up by both the church and the authorities. Bixler is one of several women who have recently come out with similar allegations against Masterson, who is best known for his role on That ’70s Show.

The PRP shared a series of tweets posted by Bixler-Zavala detailing the allegations and The Church of Scientology’s efforts to make the story go away. It also seems that the song “Incurably Innocent” on At the Drive-In’s recent album In•ter a•li•a is about the incident.

While on the surface some of these claims may seem conspiratorial in nature, if you’ve seen the film Going Clear about The Church of Scientology then you won’t be shocked at all to learn the organization will go to such extreme and fucked up lengths to protect itself from its heinous actions.

It’s incredibly bold of Chrissie to stand up to her abuser, and of both Chrissie and Cedric to publicly take on The Church of Scientology in spite of their heinous threats and intimidation tactics. Here’s to hoping justice is served.

Take a look at Bixler-Zavala’s tweets below.

Here are some of those lyrics:

“He keeps a-hiding your photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph but you locked up in the trance of a memory
Photograph of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph but you locked up in the trance of a memory
Marching to the coffins on Franklin Avenue

Preyed on the anguish, you better run
Always dragging a finger across his throat
Man is the fixer to sage the ghosts
And the faith that awarded his every move”

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