Ashton Kutcher gets a visit from Demi Moore on 'Men' set
Ashton Kutcher may be keeping his head down through allegations of cheating that have rocked his life for the past month, but the actor got some unexpected support at work Friday from his wife, Demi Moore.
The actress and "Five" director turned up on the set of "Two and a Half Men" with daughter Rumer Willis, one report says, then spent the day lounging in Kutcher's luxurious trailer.
"He put his arm around Demi and they acted like a couple," a witness on set told Us magazine. "They were talking and smiling at each other. Everything seemed just like normal."
"Normal" could refer to a time before the spotlight hit Sara Leal, a San Diego woman whose detailed account of a supposed sexual encounter with Kutcher in September took a magnifying glass to his and Moore's six-year marriage.
Since Leal's big reveal, Kutcher and Moore have each been spotted wearing their wedding rings, and even took a Kabbalah camping retreat together. Work commitments such as Moore's recent New York appearance for the premiere of "Margin Call" and Kutcher's Hollywood Bowl appearance for the William J. Clinton Foundation's "Decade of Difference" weekend have been attended solo, however.
The social-media-savvy Kutcher has noticeably sidestepped the issue on various platforms, but there's one group from whom he insists on pure truth: the media!
Amid the couple's non-commenting, Kutcher seems disheartened by the "bastardization" of truth in social media and traditional publications, possibly over the very coverage of these events in his personal life.
"We really have to take it upon ourselves to instill a level of honesty in the works and media where we create and share with one another," he said in his Chime.In video.
No kidding, Ashton -- who in the video, by the way, did not wear his wedding band.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photos: Demi Moore at the "Margin Call" premiere in New York on Oct. 17; Ashton Kutcher at the "Decade of Difference" concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 15. Credit: Associated Press