The couple — whose relationship made headlines due to their 16-year age difference — were married in 2005. In November 2011, Moore announced that they were divorcing, though Kutcher didn’t formally file for divorce until December of the following year. Kutcher has been dating his That ’70s show co-star Mila Kunis since April 2012.
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Demi Moore is seeking spousal support from estranged husband Ashton Kutcher.
The actress states in a court filing Thursday that she also wants the Two and a Half Men star to pay her attorney’s fees in the divorce proceedings. READ FULL STORY
Over a year after Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher first revealed that they were ending their marriage, the Two and a Half Men star has finally filed divorce papers. The grounds? Irreconcilable differences, naturally.
People reports that Kutcher, 34, submitted the papers Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court. According to the documents, the actor will be represented by divorce attorney Laura Wasser — a lawyer who has served or is currently serving celebrity clients including Kim Kardashian, Britney Spears, Angelina Jolie, and Heidi Klum. Kutcher and Moore were married for six years. Kutcher is currently dating his former That ’70s Show costar Mila Kunis, 29.
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Scout Willis, the twenty-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, was charged with two misdemeanors in New York Monday night, after allegedly drinking a beer and handing cops a fake ID, People reports. The Brown University student was released without bail and will return to Manhattan Criminal Court on July 31, according to New York’s Daily News.
Demi Moore has left treatment, reports People. The actress entered a rehab facility in late January when she was rushed to a hospital after suffering a seizure-like attack. According to Moore’s rep, she was being treated for exhaustion, though subsequent reports have cited everything from drug use to an eating disorder. Sources told the mag that Moore will possibly seek outpatient therapy.
When the dramatic recording of the 911 call leading to Demi Moore’s Monday night hospitalization was released to the public today, it begged the question: Does Moore have the legal right to have that call kept private?
Not according to officials. “911 calls are public information,” says Tina Haro, the public information officer for the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Community Liaison Office, which reviewed the tape for release alongside the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
As expected, authorities have released the 911 call made from Demi Moore’s home prior to her hospitalization on Tuesday. On the 10-minute tape, an unidentified woman reveals information regarding what led to the actress’ need for medical aid. According to the recording, Moore began having convulsions after she “smoked something” similar to incense. READ FULL STORY
Authorities are set to release a 911 call made from Demi Moore’s home earlier this week.
The Los Angeles Times says the Los Angeles city attorney’s office has recommended that certain portions of the call — such as personal information about her medical condition and medications — be deleted to comply with federal privacy laws. READ FULL STORY
It’s been two days since Demi Moore checked into a hospital, but there still seems to be a mystery surrounding why the 49-year-old actress is receiving medical treatment. On Jan. 24, a rep for Moore said that the actress had decided to “seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health.”
But now, a source is coming forward and claiming that exhaustion was not the reason for Moore’s hospitalization. People reports that a source said Moore “was having what seemed like seizures” at home, leading friends to call 911. (TMZ, on the other hand, is reporting that Moore experienced a bad reaction to nitrous oxide.)
It’s been a tough few months for the actress. Back in November, Moore and husband Ashton Kutcher announced they would divorce after six years of marriage. And though the actress appeared to be getting her career on track — she had signed on to play Gloria Steinem in Lovelace — she dropped out of the film following her hospitalization.
After being rushed to an L.A. hospital late Monday night, recently separated Demi Moore, 49, has reached out for professional help at a nearby facility. Paramedics responded to a 911 call placed at 10:45 p.m. on Jan. 23.
A rep for Moore told People, “Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health.”
TMZ first reported the news.
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