A blog claims Mila Kunis and Demi Moore recently ended a “years-long feud,” but the story isn’t accurate. The two actresses haven’t been at odds. Gossip Cop can clear up the situation.
According to RadarOnline, Ashton Kutcher’s wife and his ex-wife have “buried the hatchet” after years of so-called “tension.” A supposed source tells the outlet that Kutcher and Kunis made peace with Moore when they were all invited to Madonna and Guy Oseary‘s Oscar party last month.
As the story goes, Kutcher reached out to his ex-wife to make sure she was comfortable with him and Kunis attending the Oscar bash, and the trio managed to “put the past behind them.” One of the supposed issues involved Moore interfering in Kutcher and Kunis’ lives following the birth of their son in 2016. Gossip Cop, however, already debunked this bogus story when it first emerged. At the time, the blog alleged that Moore kept bothering her ex-husband and his wife with parenting advice. A mutual pal of ours and Kunis assured us the article was fabricated.
Still, the blog’s alleged source goes on to say that the trio called a truce at the Oscar party as a result of “Demi wanting to finally take the high road and not hold a grudge against Mila and Ashton, especially since they have a young family now.”
The blog’s story is coming from an anonymous “source,” but Gossip Cop reached out to Kunis’ spokesperson, who tells us on the record that it’s “all lies.” For starters, it doesn’t appear that Moore even attended Madonna and Oseary‘s Oscar party last month. According to the New York Post, the actress helped launch the party back in 2008, but she hasn’t attended it in several years.
Meanwhile, following the awards show, several entertainment outlets put together a list of the celebrity guests who attended various Oscar parties. Most of the outlets noted that Kunis and Kutcher attended Madonna’s party, but there’s zero indication that Moore was there, or that she attended an Oscar party at all last month.
It’s also worth noting, Gossip Cop busted RadarOnline’s sister publication, Star, for falsely claiming a few months ago that Kunis and Kutcher were making Moore and Bruce Willis the godparents of their so-called “twins.” As we rightly said at the time, the couple isn’t expecting twins, so the article was completely fabricated. The same goes for this latest one.