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Demi Moore Meets Divorce Attorney?

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Demi Moore has met with a top celebrity divorce attorney, according to the British newspaper the Daily Mail.

Despite campfire counseling sessions, an Ashton Kutcher–Demi Moore divorce took a step closer at the weekend as Ms. Moore consulted with a divorce attorney.

An “entertainment industry insider” told the Daily Mail that Demi felt totally humiliated by Ashton Kutcher’s philandering ways. The final nail in the coffin of their marriage was said to come as he partied the night of their sixth wedding anniversary away and bedded 23-year-old Sara Leal.

The two may have been separated at the time but bedding a beautiful woman younger than you, especially when you’re a toy boy yourself, is no way to heal a marriage rift, is it?

So, Demi Moore looks set for divorce. She has discussed living arrangements and how a divorce would impact her assets. Together, they are worth almost $150 million so there is a lot to talk about, even though the couple have no children together.

The couple married in September 2005, and they have been fighting to save their marriage for some time. They entered Kabbalah relationship counseling together a few months ago. Also interestingly, both Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are still wearing their wedding rings.

But maybe Demi Moore has had enough and is now seriously seeking a divorce.

One Response to “Demi Moore Meets Divorce Attorney?”

  1. Star Lashes says:

    Very sad but she is still hot. Hot lashes as well. Get yours like Demi’s!


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