What’s really going on with Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore’s marriage?
Cheating allegations, Twitter drama, alleged moving vans and any number of other rumors and rumors of rumors have swirled for weeks now giving the distinct impression that the Hollywood power couple’s nuptials are on the skids.
And now there is an intimate video of Ashton Kutcher, at what appears to be his home, which is posted on TMZ. In it, a scrubby-looking Ashton casts his own distinct brand of confusion into the mix.
For exactly 3:59 minutes, Aston goes on a soapbox-tinged ramble railing – in a thinly veiled fashion – about the unjust treatment he and wife Demi have received at the hands of popular media. In fact, Ashton never mentions his marriage at all and, instead, frames the narrative around an abstract discussion regarding the responsibilities of media.
“People Can Bastardize the Truth”
In reference to the current state of Internet-based media, Ashton notes: “There is no gatekeeper of the truth. We are our own editors and we are our own publishers and we are our own printers. Thereby, people can bastardize the truth any way shape and form they want and spread that around the world.”
Ashton notes the need to” instill a level of honesty with work in the media that we create and share with one another and be certain we are doing our own diligence to ensure what we are saying is for the benefit of another and for the benefit of another utilizing the far, full capacity to tell the truth.”
Clearly, Ashton’s scorn is directed toward media outlets that have repeatedly speculated about an impending breakup.
But here’s the thing; from the opening moments of the video, Ashton’s left hand is clearly, and repeatedly, shown without a wedding ring.
Talk about your mixed messages.
Here is the video:
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