Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher “Over Already”? (EXCLUSIVE)
The new issue of OK! hit newsstands on Wednesday, announcing the end of Kunis and Kutcher’s relationship “after only 110 days of marriage.” The accompanying story, called “Broken Trust,” alleges the couple has been spending newlywed life “at each other’s throats.” Using a tried and true tabloid trope, a so-called “insider” is quoted as saying Kunis and Kutcher recently had “their worst fight ever.”
So, what’s supposedly the problem? OK! claims Kutcher “figured out” that Kunis “has been reading his emails,” and its source says he “accused her of spying on him and she freaked out.” Naturally, the actress’ suspicions are tied to past cheating allegations from Kutcher’s prior relationships.
“He’s told her that if she can’t trust him, they can’t be together,” alleges the outlet’s “insider,” who, for good measure, adds additional problems to mix. Beyond the supposed trust issues, Kunis and Kutcher are also said to be arguing about whether to have another baby. “It doesn’t help that they don’t have the passion they did in the beginning of their relationship,” claims the OK! tipster, who predicts “the situation might implode.”
The magazine’s snitch wraps it all up by saying, “He’s even given her an ultimatum. He said he feels lied to and told her that she’s got to stop spying on and him and start talking about having another kid or else. Mila, meanwhile, really wants to be able trust him — but she has no idea what’s next for them.”
You’ll have to forgive Gossip Cop for not believing a word of this. OK!, after all, is the same outlet that had the gall to run a “delivery room drama” cover story BEFORE Kunis gave birth. And just this summer, the tabloid had yet another Kunis cover, this one claiming she was pregnant with twins.
Of course, that pregnancy isn’t mentioned anywhere amid all this new baby talk. Regardless, Gossip Cop still checked in with an impeccable source close to the couple. No surprise, we’re exclusively told that, yet again, the OK! allegations are “100 percent false.”