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Bisexual Demi Moore Tired Of Open Marriage?

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Ashton Kutcher’s affairs are well known now and are most commonly blamed as the reason given for Demi Moore filing for divorce. But Star magazine is putting forward an alternative explanation: that Demi is attracted to women as well as men but she tired of her marriage as a cover for her bisexuality when Kutcher’s affairs went public.

The “open” nature of their marriage may just have been what broke it. Demi Moore (49) is filing for divorce from her husband Ashton Kutcher (33) after his latest affair became public. But Star magazine is alleging that the couple led a secret double life for years.

They say that the A-listers hid the truth of Demi’s attraction to women and their open marriage from the general public but that many other Hollywood celebrities were well aware of it.

“Demi is attracted to women just as much as men, so she didn’t always get all she needed from Ashton,” said an insider who apparently knows the couple well.

They were happy with the arrangement they had for a while. Ashton was free to flirt and she could form attachments to women. So long as they were discreet and respectful of each other, it worked, the magazine’s source states.

But the fun ended when Ashton Kutcher’s affairs hit the headlines, first in 2010 with Brittney Jones (21) and then most recently with Sara Leal on Ashton and Demi’s sixth wedding anniversary.

That is apparently when Demi decided to pull the plug on their marriage. She filed for divorce on Thursday.

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