Netflix has been blasted for its continued relationship with Danny Masterson following multiple allegations of sexual assault and rape against him.

The actor, who co-executive produces and co-stars in The Ranch with his That '70s Show castmate Ashton Kutcher, was under investigation for "at least three alleged cases of rape or sodomy of women who were also Scientologists and who claim they were pressured by the Church of Scientology not to contact police or go public with their accusations." The LAPD's probe of Masterson went public in March; months later, Netflix noted that a fourth season of Masterson's The Ranch would debut on the streaming platform in December.

Chrissie Carnell Bixler, one of the women who has accused Masterson of rape, told The Daily Beast on Wednesday about her disapproval of Netflix's continued relationship with the actor. "For me, what Netflix has done, feels like ... I don't matter. The other women don't matter. Our pain means nothing, and we should be good little girls and shut our mouths. No! I'm going to be an amazing woman who will NOT shut my mouth when I find out my rapist raped countless other women. I will NOT shut my mouth when Netflix tries to make us feel like we don't matter. We DO matter. We ARE important. We will see justice for what was done to us, and is continuing to be done to us ... and for all those who knew/know and are either actively helping this serial rapist or are choosing to stay silent ... YOU don't matter."

Netflix recently suspended production on the sixth and final season of House of Cards following the emergence of sexual-assault allegations against Kevin Spacey. THR has reached out to Netflix for comment.

Read her full statement below.

"I was sick when I read Netflix's statement on continuing with The Ranch and continuing their working relationship with a man who has violently raped and abused so many women. Four months after the story broke, and the LAPD confirmed a criminal investigation, Netflix ordered another season of The Ranch. After the HuffPost piece, and the journalist reaching out 15 times to get a statement from Netflix, [they] ultimately said they will continue to work with Masterson until something develops. (Not the actual quote obviously.)"

"For me, what Netflix has done, feels like a continuation of how the Church of Scientology made me feel when I reported my rape to them, as well as how Danny Masterson made me feel when I would beg him for an apology, an explanation, anything. I was made to feel unimportant. I was made to feel like I didn't matter. Like what Danny Masterson did to me didn't matter. My body doesn't matter, because it doesn't belong to me. The trauma and emotional pain doesn't matter, because I just don't matter. 'Danny Masterson is a celebrity. He flourishes and prospers in life. You protect that and reward that.' -direct quote from the Church of Scientology. I don't matter. The other women don't matter. Our pain means nothing, and we should be good little girls and shut our mouths. No! I'm going to be an amazing woman who will NOT shut my mouth when I find out my rapist raped countless other women. I will NOT shut my mouth when Netflix tries to make us feel like we don't matter. We DO matter. We ARE important. We will see justice for what was done to us, and is continuing to be done to us ... and for all those who knew/know and are either actively helping this serial rapist or are choosing to stay silent ... YOU don't matter."

"Victims are taking back the power that was stolen from us, and things are going to change. Netflix should write that down."

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