Though they both denied it vehemently at first, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are no longer trying to keep their romance a secret. After going public with it at a Dodgers game, the actor is now “begging” his estranged wife Demi Moore for a divorce, just so Mila is more at ease about the whole thing.
Ashton and Demi were married for 6 years. He was photographed with another woman precisely on their 6th wedding anniversary, which paved the way for a cheating media scandal, the second in two years.
A few weeks later, Demi announced that she had decided to separate from Ashton but, as far as the world knows, she never filed for divorce, which means they're still married.
Mila is not OK with that, says a new report in the latest print issue of The National Enquirer (story via CB
Because he wants his new lady love to be happy with their budding romance, Ashton is now begging Demi for a divorce, says a spy close to the situation.
“Ashton always wanted Demi to take the lead in filing for divorce, and in her own good time. He didn’t press her too hard because she was going through heavy emotional distress and he didn’t want to pile it on her,” the insider explains.
“But now he’s calling Demi and begging her to file, driven by Mila’s agony over being in a romance with a still-married man,” adds the tipster.
The only problem is that Demi won't give Ashton the divorce, not now when she sees him with another woman. Partly, she's still hoping for a reconciliation
but, partly, she's also too spiteful to give him the space he's begging for.
“It stings her
that he’s fallen in love with a girl much younger than she is. She’s not in the mood to make things easier for him,” the source notes.
As we speak, another theory is making the rounds as well: it could very well be that Ashton and Demi were never married in the first place.
This is not something new, since it was known from the start that they exchanged vows in a Kabbalah ceremony.
However, after the scandal, noting that Demi was taking her time with filing for divorce, talk began about how the ceremony might have been only symbolic – i.e. not legally binding.
If that's really the case, they don't need a divorce to be able to go on with their life.