Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were the “it” couple in the early 2000s. Despite their huge age gap, the public could not afford the admirable friendship.
But according to Moore’s memoir published in 2019, things weren’t as perfect as they were when it came to marriage. And sadly, Moore says Kutcher embarrassed her for heartbreak.
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were once soulmates
Moore and Kutcher met back in 2003 when they were at a party. The two ended up talking to each other all night, as if they were the same people in the room. Long after the party guests left, Kutcher and Moore stayed up chatting until sunrise. And accordingly Cosmopolitan, she became “addicted” to Kutcher, who eventually described her as the “soulmate”.
Shortly after meeting, Moore introduced Kutcher to her three daughters. Her daughters were surprised that Ashton Kutcher was dating their mother because they were big fans of the ’70s exhibition heart of heart. And according to the actor’s memoir, Kutcher and the kids immediately hit him.
Everything looked magical in the relationship at first. And for the first time, Moore says she felt “the luckiest girl in the world.”
But that all changed when alcohol came into the picture.
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In Moore’s autobiography, she describes how much she has struggled all her life with slavery. Her parents relied heavily on alcohol, which eventually destroyed her family unit.
But when it came to a role in the hit film Joel Schumacher, Fire of St. Elmo, she had to stay if she wanted to keep her part.
When she met Kutcher, she hadn’t had a single drink in nearly 20 years. But unfortunately, according to Moore ‘s recollection, Kutcher did not believe that alcohol was real. He said he was about moderation and made Moore drink with him.
This eventually led to a downward spiral that left Kutcher “angry” with his wife.
“I wanted to be that girl. The girl who could have a glass of wine at dinner or make a tequila bullet at a party. In my mind, Ashton wanted that too. So I tried to be like that: a fun, normal girl. I didn’t think, ‘this is a kid in his twenties who has nothing to say. ‘I didn’t think‘ There’s almost two decades of wellness under my belt, and that’s a huge accomplishment. ‘”
The ‘That’ 70s Show ‘actor would embarrass Moore for drinking, despite being the ones who praised him
Moore does not paint her husband in the best light. In her book, she describes how Kutcher ended up “insulting her” for drinking, even though he encouraged it in the first place.
“Ashton was inspired to go this way,” says the reminder. “However, when I went too far, he let me know how he felt by showing me a picture he had taken of me lying on the toilet the night before. It seemed like a good joke at the time. But it was just an embarrassment. ”