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Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are finally divorced, two years after they called it quits.
Their divorce was finalized at a Los Angeles court on Tuesday, Nov. 26, according to court records obtained by OTRC.com. Neither actor will receive spousal support. Moore had earlier this year sought alimony.
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Demi Moore has filed her own divorce papers to counter estranged husband Ashton Kutcher's and is seeking alimony.
Moore, 50, submitted her papers to a Los Angeles court on March 7, more than two months after the 35-year-old actor, whose real name is Christopher A. Kutcher. He did not request spousal support. Also, while Kutcher requested that he and Moore each pay their own attorney fees, the actress wants him to front all bills. Both cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split.
Ashton Kutcher has filed for divorce from Demi Moore, more than a year after the actress announced they would end their marriage, which had lasted six years.
The 34-year-old actor submitted the papers at a Los Angeles court on Friday, December 21, and signed them using his real name -- Christopher A. Kutcher, OTRC.com has learned. He cited irreconcilable differences for the split.
Demi Moore is reportedly dating again and it maybe with someone younger than her 34-year-old estranged husband Ashton Kutcher.
The New York Post reports that Moore, 50, has been "quietly spending time" with 26-year-old art dealer Vito Schnabel. The two reportedly first got close during Naomi Campbell's 50th birthday party in Jodhpur, India, in early November. Moore and Schnabel have been spending time together ever since.
It has been about a year since Demi Moore announced her plans to end her marriage to Ashton Kutcher, but it appears neither one of them has filed for divorce yet.
The two had wed in a Kabbalah ceremony at their home in Beverly Hills in September 2005. Photos from the event were published in OK! magazine, as seen on the website of BBC News. Moore's ex-husband Bruce Willis and their three daughters attended the wedding.
Demi Moore dominated the headlines late last year due to her announcement of her split from Ashton Kutcher, and according to a recent report, she may not have fully bounced back.
Moore, 49, has had quite a difficult year in the spotlight - following her high-profile breakup, she was briefly hospitalized and now, her estranged husband's recent reported romance with Mila Kunis is another obstacle to add to the list.
Scout Willis, the daughter of Demi Moore and ex-husband Bruce Willis, has avoided a jail sentence following her recent arrest for underage drinking in public and for showing a police officer a fake ID and has been ordered complete two days of community service as punishment instead.
Scout was on June 4 detained by a transit cop who spotted her in Union Square in New York City holding an open 8-ounce container of Pakistani beer. At the time, she was 20 years old and about six weeks shy of turning 21 - the legal minimum drinking age in the state. Her birthday was on July 20.
Scout Willis, the 20-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and ex-husband Bruce Willis, was recently arrested on suspicion of underage drinking in public and showing a police officer a fake ID.
A transit cop detained her on Monday evening. The officer spotted her in Union Square in New York City holding an 8-ounce Pakistani beer and asked her about it, after which she showed a New York ID card that had the name Katherine Kelly printed on it, The New York Daily News reported.
Demi Moore is no longer "MrsKutcher" on Twitter. The 49-year-old actress debuted a new handle on the social networking site on May 3 to reflect her single status.
Moore, who has 4.9 million followers on the site, will now go by @JustDemi. "So hard finding a name that was fun somewhat playful and available," she wrote in a Tweet on May 3. "So for now it will be@justdemi It could grow on me!"
Miley Cyrus' long-awaited "LOL," which was intended to be her vehicle to transition into more grown-up roles, has apparently not gotten much attention from Lionsgate who acquired the domestic distribution rights.
"LOL," which was filmed in 2010 finally received a limited release date for May 4 and had little promotion. According to the Los Angeles Times, the film narrowly avoided going straight-to-DVD due to a contract with foreign distributors which stipulates that the film must be shown in at least 100 theaters domestically.
Demi Moore made her first public appearance in several months on Tuesday night, attending the premiere of her new Lifetime series, "The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet."
The 49-year-old actress looked healthy and happy at the premiere of the series, where she serves as Executive Producer. "The Conversation" is set to premiere on Lifetime on April 26 and features intimate celebrity interviews hosted by British TV personality and photographer Amanda de Cadenet.