Tabloid won't leave Ashton Kutcher alone
"First Star exposed Ashton Kutcher's public make-out session with a young blonde. Now we can reveal that his indiscretions didn't end there! In the Sept. 27 issue of Star — on sale today — a 21-year-old woman exclusively details her hot night with the married actor, who celebrates his fifth anniversary with Demi Moore later this month. The brunette Demi look-alike — who you'll see only in Star — says that she met Ashton in July while bowling at Lucky Strike Lanes in Hollywood. Although the That '70s Show star was there with Demi, his stepdaughter Rumer Willis and some other friends, it didn't stop him from swooping in and striking up a conversation with the young woman, who was sitting at a cocktail table. Although the woman admits she knew Ashton was there with Demi, that didn't stop her from slipping him her number on a cocktail napkin when he was getting ready to go. But little did she know that just days later she'd be having sex with Ashton on a sofa in the house he shares with Demi and her daughters! “I felt totally comfortable in his arms,” she tells Star. “It was tender and nice — not some random sex act.”
UPDATE: Star's competitor Us has wasted no time getting a statement from Kutcher's lawyer:
"Ashton Kutcher's attorney is slamming tabloid Star, which reports in its latest issue that he has cheated on wife Demi Moore at least twice. A 21-year-old girl is quoted as saying that she "made love on his living room couch while Demi was out of town." In a statement, Kutcher's lawyer, Marty Singer, tells UsMagazine.com: "Star Magazine continuously publishes lies about Ashton Kutcher and many other celebrities. This is not the first, nor will it be the last time they engage in reckless conduct." It is the second story Star has run alleging Kutcher, 32, had an affair. Another article this month claimed he had a fling with "a sexy, young, 20-something." Kutcher quickly took to Twitter to refute that report (which Star has refused to retract). "I think Star magazine calling me a 'cheater' qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees," he wrote. "STAR magazine - you don't get to stand behind 'freedom of the press' when you are writing fiction." Moore, 47, Twittered him back, "Excellent point my love!"