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Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore share 'Love & Light' in Israel

10/11/2010 by Corinne Heller

Actors Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore co-founders of the DNA Foundation, announce the launch of the foundation's 'Real Men Dont Buy Girls' to help end child sex slavery during the Clinton Global Initiative on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010 in New York. (Photo courtesy of AP / Evan Agostini) Ashton Kutcher and wife Demi Moore have jetted off to Israel, but reportedly do not intend to renew their vows there, amid speculation of marital trouble following tabloid reports that said the actor allegedly cheated on her with a younger woman, which he has denied.

"Sharing Love & Light while in IsraeI," Kutcher, 32, wrote on his Twitter page recently, without elaborating.

"Asking 4 the energy 2 forge bonds with our similarities & find compromise in our differences," he said.

He and Moore, 47, practice Jewish Mysticism, known as Kabbalah, and have visited the Jewish state before. In 2007, they flew to the Holy Land to attend a Kabballah conference with Madonna.

Star magazine said in its October 4 issue that Kutcher allegedly slept with a 21-year-old "Demi look-alike" named Brittney Jones in the home he shares with Moore and her daughters and that the two exchanged racy text messages.

Kutcher has denied the reports, saying on his Twitter page earlier this month: "I think Star magazine calling me a 'cheater' qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees. STAR magazine - you don't get to stand behind 'freedom of the press' when you are writing fiction."

The two have made several public appearances since them or have posted their interactions online. Kutcher joined Moore on the set of her new film The Reasonable Bunch in late September. Around the same time, the two attended the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in New York City to launch their charity's "Real Men Don't Buy Girls" campaign to end child trafficking and exploitation.

The couple also fasted together recently during Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement, People said. They flew to Israel recently for business and "are not in Israel to renew vows," the magazine quoted an unnamed source as saying.

Kutcher, and Moore made a public appearance on Monday at a technology meeting in Tel Aviv held by Israel's largest telecoms group, Bezeq. The actor, who has more than five million Twitter followers, said he and Moore like to tweet one other even when they are face to face.

"A lot of times my wife and I sit across from each other and tweet, it's a little bizarre," Reuters quoted him as saying. "It's the same reason why you send roses to a woman at work. Sometimes people like to be adored in public."

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