Danny Masterson to Serve Sentence at Maximum-Security California Prison
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Danny Masterson , to Serve Sentence at , Maximum-Security California Prison.
'The Wrap' reports that actor Danny Masterson
has been moved to Corcoran State Prison,
a maximum-security facility in Central California.
'The Wrap' reports that actor Danny Masterson
has been moved to Corcoran State Prison,
a maximum-security facility in Central California.
Last May, Masterson was convicted of raping
two women in the 1990s by a Los Angeles jury. .
After being found guilty, Masterson reportedly
served time in LA County lockup before being
transferred to the North Kern State Prison intake facility.
Masterson is expected to serve most of his
30-years-to-life sentence at Corcoran State Prison,
located between Bakersfield and Sacramento. .
Masterson is expected to serve most of his
30-years-to-life sentence at Corcoran State Prison,
located between Bakersfield and Sacramento. .
According to prison records,
Masterson will first be eligible for parole
in 2042, when the actor is 66 years old.
Masterson will reportedly be held in the prison's Level 4 maximum-security wing, which offers the highest level of security possible. .
Notable former inmates at Corcoran include
Charles Manson and Sirhan Sirhan.
Notable former inmates at Corcoran include
Charles Manson and Sirhan Sirhan.
'The Wrap' reports that the facility,
originally built in 1988, houses some of
California's most dangerous convicts. .
The prison also reportedly has a small wing called the
Protective Housing Unit, which offers protection for
inmates believed to be in danger from other inmates.
This protective wing is where Manson was imprisoned
for nearly a decade before being moved to another
facility after getting caught trafficking drugs.
This protective wing is where Manson was imprisoned
for nearly a decade before being moved to another
facility after getting caught trafficking drugs
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