The tabloids frequently allege Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are getting a divorce. Gossip Cop has debunked several false stories about the spouses supposedly splitting. Here are five wrong rumors.
Last month, Gossip Cop busted the National Enquirer for falsely claiming Kunis warned Kutcher to "grow up" or she'll end their marriage. According to the magazine, the actress accused her husband of neglecting her and their two young kids and was on the verge of calling a divorce lawyer. In addition to Kunis' spokesperson telling us the story was bogus, the actress herself described Kutcher as "the world's greatest husband" in an interview with E! News last year. She added, "I got a man that has got a lot of patience and is incredibly supportive of our family." The happy spouses and their two kids have also been spotted on several family outings as of late.
Gossip Cop also called out Life & Style last month for making up a similar story about Kunis giving Kutcher a "divorce ultimatum" to take their marriage seriously "or it's over." The outlet maintained that the actress was pushing her husband to attend marriage counseling to work out their issues, but Kutcher didn't believe in couple's therapy. Just a few weeks before the phony story emerged, however, the spouses were spotted showing PDA at an Oscars after-party. Meanwhile, a rep for the actress assured us the article was completely untrue.
In February, Gossip Cop debunked a Life & Style story claiming Kunis and Kutcher were having a "marriage crisis" over their opposite personalities. The tabloid maintained that the two had separate outlooks on life and were fighting nonstop as a result. The outlet further contended that Kunis felt her husband was more dedicated to his career than their family. But just days before the article was published, the spouses were spotted smiling while strolling around Los Angeles with their two kids. And just days prior to that, Kunis and Kutcher enjoyed a date night at an L.A. Lakers game, during which the actor shared an Instagram selfie of the two sitting courtside.
Last September, Gossip Cop busted Star for wrongly alleging Kunis was losing weight over "marriage problems" and the fear of her husband dumping her for a younger woman. The magazine claimed the actress was "barely eating" as a result of her so-called "anxiety." Just two weeks prior, however, the spouses were photographed laughing and high-fiving while playing together in a charity ping pong tournament. Around the same time, People magazine published an article noting how Kutcher and Kunis are "best friends" and "still over the moon" together.
And finally, Gossip Cop called out NW last August for falsely claiming Kunis and Kutcher were fighting over having a third child, to the point where their marriage wouldn't last if they didn't "get on the same page about expanding their family." According to the outlet, Kutcher was "desperate" for another child, but his wife refused. The actress's spokesperson dismissed the story as a "lie" and assured us the spouses were happy with just two kids. They haven't had a third baby and remain happily married.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.