Thursday, September 23, 2010

Ashton and Demi, the Mockumentary





OMG, it's not possible that Ashton Kutcher cheated, is it? Star Magazine, acting like a crazed rat terrier, remains hot in the pursuit of the proofs of Kutcher's purported infidelity. An inset photograph of the 21 year old temptress makes a casual observer wonder, if the story is true, what in the world was Mr. Punk'd thinking? At his house, on the couch, yikes.



Brittany Jones alleges she made the acquaintance of Mr. Kutcher when they happened to find themselves bowling in proximity at Hollywood's Lucky Strike Lanes. Ashton was with both Demi Moore, his wife, and Rumer Willis. Rumer is the daughter of Ms. Moore and the actor, Bruce Willis. Jones claims she slipped her number to Mr. Kutcher and so it went from there. Text-text-a-pop-pop. Brittany describes Mr. Kutcher as considerate and sweet. Oh, he's a great lover, too. And just to exemplify his sensitivity, Ms. Jones says the bedroom was off limits. After all.

Ashton and Demi appeared today, Thursday 23 September, at the Clinton Global Initiative. They led a panel on sex trafficking and they looked, well, just fine. Even though Demi has some miles on her clock, she looks "marvelous" and happy. She sure does not look like a woman scorned. And Ashton, well, cool as usual. He does not look like a man, who got caught with his line in the water.





At $3.49 an issue, the Star must be making some money. Celebrity gossip is good stuff, all good, all the time. The celeb rags have gained some credibility. The National Enquirer has distinguished itself, as painful as that is to say, with some great reporting on the John Edwards' affair, love child and lover. The Enquirer was eligible for a Pulitzer prize in both investigative reporting and national news reporting. Egads.


Can the Star be far behind?

With all of these kinds of matters, it can only be hoped that the story of Ashton's infidelity is TRUE. To allege such a licentious tale about anyone is mean spirited, hurtful and cruel, if it is untrue. For now, though, the story needs to be further developed before the other 50% of people believe it. This couldn't all be a ruse, a sort of Punk'd play, kinda like the Joaquin Phoenix pull of the leg? Could it? Where is Casey Affleck, anyway? Is this the start of another mockumentary? Something in this story just does not fit. Awaiting the next installment...

E cosi va

Next installment
September 29, 2011 (One year later)

On September 23rd (2011), Moore tweeted a quote from Greek philosopher Epictetus, writing, "When we are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger."



 Demi Moore 

When we are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger. -Epictetus

According to People, Kutcher and Moore spent September 24th, their sixth wedding anniversary, apart; Kutcher was out with former "That 70s Show" cast mate Danny Masterson, while Moore was in New York promoting her Lifetime movie, "Five."


Married since 2005, the couple was hit with allegations of infidelity in 2010, when Star claimed Kutcher had cheated on Moore. They also had texts Kutcher allegedly sent another woman, 21-year old Brittney Jones. Kutcher slammed that report. "I think Star magazine calling me a 'cheater' qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees," he wrote on Twitter. "STAR magazine - you don't get to stand behind 'freedom of the press when you are writing fiction."

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