Demi Moore: Ashton Kutcher ‘Gives a Damn’

Moore drama unfolds as Ashton Kutcher reconnects. The recently released Demi Moore 911 call has all the drama of Lifetime television movie with a five-star actress semi-conscious, convulsing, feverish shaking between frantic background voices insisting that an ambulance arrive. But the big question the night after centered on the whereabouts of Demi Moore’s former husband Ashton Kutcher.

Ashton Kutcher was in Brazil involving a catalog shoot (Colcci related). The “Two and a Half Men” star took some time out to enjoy himself. Photos (via Twitpic) were released by Kutcher which, in turn, unleashed an entirely new set of rumors targeting the actor as a non-emotional dead beat soon-to-be ex-husband.

We all remember Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher dating spree in 2003. The couple’s marriage in 2005. The separation during November of 2011. And now the filed divorce. Everything a successful failed marriage needs. Some say the failing marriage was due to the 15 year difference between the star spouses. Others say it was due to Ashton’s alleged infidelities. But was there more to Moore than most knew?

Monday’s emergency exposed Moore’s private life and snipped a couple angel feathers in the 911 process. No bull.

A Red Bull company source recently told TMZ that the “Margin Call” star ordered Red Bull by the case. Some countries fought to ban the U.S. legal product. The Red Bull company claims to have been selling Moore cases of Red Bull back in 2002, a decade ago. About the time “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” was in the making.

“Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” was filming in 2002 at various locations including Malibu, California. Demi Moore portrayed Madison Lee. The part was to go to another actress but the actress suffered a miscarriage while completing another project and dropped out. Moore took on the evil character with mad fighting skills. New York Times review compared “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” as “eating a bowl of Honeycomb drenched in Red Bull.”

Demi Moore appeared to have a craving for unusual forms of stay-fit tactics. The married couple even tried the Master Cleanse technique. But a lemon, cayenne pepper and maple syrup mixture was not for everyone. Demi trying something new is not out of her character. Even if it is radical to most.

The story between Demi and Ashton is simple. Demi followed her own pattern pre-Ashton Kutcher.They dated, fell in love, got married, found differences, separated, and as you know, filed for divorce and prepared to get on with life. Speculation can get in the way of that plan. Demi thinning down to bone, for example, opened the blame door. Guess who was standing there? Another butcher Kutcher moment.

Any post-November 2011 Demi Moore emergency inevitability would have focused on Ashton Kutcher, a rumored hardship contributor to Demi’s stress. Unfortunately, it may all come together post-TMZ Demi Moore 911 call.

Demi Moore was not alone when she “smoked” something Monday night. Which proves that Demi is not the “pity party for one” kind. There were witnesses and someone named Ru. Could be Rumer Willis, her daughter with Bruce Willis. Demi is her mother. Ashton, as mentioned, was in Brazil (not “Bra-zil”) on business.

“Ashton Has Nothing To Say” surfaced in headlines. Followers began questioning Kutcher’s humanity while running on Moore sympathy. Turns out Ashton was making plans and has since arrived back in L.A., California. Aplusk (Ashton’s Twitter) shares one L.A. Twitpic photo. His Twitter does not expose Demi Moore. His Facebook the same. A quality found from a person with a respectful in protecting the privacy of others.

Ashton failing to deliver private information of Demi Moore’s personal issues on camera, or by quote, has given anti-Ashton web surfers Moore firepower as the woman scorned. Which misled many to believe that Ashton would turn to the “Scarlett Letter” star and say:

“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”

But in all reality, Ashton Kutcher, like Ashley Wilkes in “Gone with the Wind”, shares one enthusiasm.

And, when the wars were over, no one ever knew what they were about.”

TMZ, “She Smoked Something”,; TMZ, Rumer Willis “Rallying for Demi at Hospital”,; New York Times, “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” review,

(Accessed 1/28/12)

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