In response to the guilty verdict, Jane Doe #2 said in a statement outside of the courtroom at the time that she was feeling a “complex array of emotions,” per NBC News, including “relief, exhaustion, strength, sadness,” adding that she was “disappointed that he was not convicted on all counts.”
“But take great solace in the fact that he, the Church of Scientology, and others,” she continued, “will have to fully account for their abhorrent actions in civil court.”
Jane Doe #3, whose rape charge the jury did not reach a verdict on, said she felt “devastated” that Masterson “dodged criminal accountability for his heinous conduct against me.”
E! News reached out to Masterson’s attorneys for comment and has not heard back.
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