Mila Kunis called out Ashton Kutcher for 'being an a**hole' towards ex Demi Moore
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Before there was Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, there was Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore.
But before Mila was willing to make things official with her former co-star, she had to call him out for 'being an a**hole' with his ex-wife Demi Moore.
Demi and Ashton were the talk of Hollywood when they first started dating back in 2003 - mainly because she was 15 years his senior.
The couple were happily married for six years before rumours started to spread that Ashton had cheated on Demi.
By 2011, the couple had called it quits.
He told Esquire that, for a while after their divorce, Ashton would overhear people gossiping about him when he showed up to events.
"Can you believe what he f**king did?" he says he would hear people say.
The actor admitted that the split was super tough on him, explaining: "Nothing makes you feel like a failure like divorce.
"Divorce feels like a wholesale f**king failure. You failed at marriage."
Thankfully, that wasn't the end for Ashton, and he's had a lot of success with marriage since then with his now-wife Mila Kunis.
Mila and Ashton, who had been good friends for years thanks to their That '70s Show history, started dating in 2012, but not before Mila gave him a good talking to.
The Black Swan star was eager to remind him: "You were an a**hole."
He asked: "Was I…?"
And she confirmed: "Yeah, you were an a**hole for a good two years.”
It's an awfully romantic story, isn't it?
But, once they had all that cleared up, it was smooth sailing for Ashton and Mila.
The couple got engaged and welcomed their first child Wyatt in 2014, got married in 2015, and welcomed their second child Dimitri in 2016.
A pretty impressive timeline, there, you have to admit.
In 2019, though, Demi Moore released her memoir Inside Out, and pretty much confirmed all those rumours about Ashton's infidelity.
In the book, she alleges that Ashton cheated on her twice, and accuses him of causing her drinking relapse.
The Punk'd host has said that, although he has not hard feelings toward Demi, the release of her memoir was 'humiliating and embarrassing'.
He added: "I’d finally gotten to a place where the press has really laid off me and Mila, and my life and my family. And then the next day [paparazzi] are at my kids' school."
Even so, Ashton and Mila got their happily ever after in the end - and, funnily enough, their characters even ended up together in this year's That '70s Show revival, That '90s Show.
How's that for meant to be?