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Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore Divorce: First Mistress Feels 'Vindicated'

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By Myles Collier, Christian Post Contributor
November 18, 2011|2:54 pm

The six-year marriage of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore has ended.

Both celebrities took to social media to announce their heartfelt condolences while thanking each other for the laughs and memories.

Brittney Jones was rumored to have had an intimate relationship with Kutcher in 2010.

"For so long people have thought that I was dishonest or just making up my passionate nights with Ashton, when in fact I was being used,” said Jones to TMZ.

Jones also said that the encounter occurred after she met Kutcher at a bowling alley. Trying to profit from her instant fame, she released a sex tape. Only, Kutcher was not in the video. The Kutcher team went into overdrive discrediting Jones and doing everything in their power to deflect away from Ashton. Everything except fully denying what happened.

"Ashton told me that both he and Demi had an 'open relationship' and that he was not in fact cheating. Now I can tell all the facts about how Ashton really was, and hopefully people will believe my side of the story,” said Jones to TMZ. "Although divorce is often sad I do feel somewhat vindicated."

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The latest antics from Kutcher include an affair with 23-year-old Sara Leal in a San Diego hotel room in September. It ultimately led to the divorce.

Kutcher took to Twitter to express himself: “I will forever cherish the time I spend with Demi. Marriage is one of the most difficult things in the world and unfortunately sometimes they fail.”

A US magazine insider said that two weeks before the split, Moore had expressed optimism about moving on with her life and focusing more on her three daughters.

The source told the publication: “She was going to change for the better.”

 

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