Amid rumors that his marriage is falling apart, Ashton Kutcher let his music do the talking. The “Two and a Half Men” star tweeted a link early Thursday morning, without comment, to his Spotify account where he was playing the Public Enemy song “Don’t Believe the Hype.”
The “hype,” presumably, refers to the reports that his marriage to Demi Moore is on the rocks after they spent their sixth wedding anniversary apart and she tweeted about anger.
Following TheDirty.com’s report alleging that Ashton Kutcher cheated on Demi Moore when he slept with 23-year old blonde Sara Leal, photos of that may show the two leaving a nightclub, dated June 1st, have emerged online.
Ashton Kutcher, 33, who is 15 years her junior, allegedly had a liaison with another woman after an alcohol-fuelled on Friday, according to US showbusiness website Radar Online.
It said it was given the information by “multiple friends of the 23-year-old woman”, named by another website as Sara Leal.
Kutcher, who recently took over Charlie Sheen’s role in hit US TV series “Two And A Half Men,” was seen partying at a club with Miss Leal, 23, on his wedding anniversary this week.
According to the website TheDirty.com Miss Leal has asked for £160,000 to tell her side of the story, adding that “Kutcher told Sara Leal that him [sic] and Demi Moore are separated and the public doesn’t know yet.”
Kutcher’s bodyguard was also said to have taken Miss Leal’s mobile phone before she entered the hotel room. It is the second time in a year that Kutcher, 33, has been accused of cheating on 48-year-old Ms Moore.
The latest alleged encounter happened on the 12th floor of the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, California, in the early hours of Saturday – the Hollywood couple’s sixth wedding anniversary.
On that same night, the eve of their anniversary, Ms Moore was tweeting from the East Coast, where she is temporarily based.
She shared a quote from Greek philosopher Epictetus on September 23, writing: “When we are offended at any man’s fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger.”
Kutcher brushed off the accusations, posting on Twitter: “I think Star magazine calling me a “cheater” qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees.”
He added: “Star magazine – you don’t get to stand behind ‘freedom of the press’ when you are writing fiction.” Kutcher’s spokesman also denied the allegation while Miss Moore tweeted ‘Excellent point my love!” [via The Huff Post, ABC News and Radar Online]