Demi, Ashton divorced

Getty ImagesDemi Moore and Ashton Kutcher sighting on August 25

Getty ImagesDemi Moore and Ashton Kutcher sighting on August 25

Finally, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher reportedly have signed divorce papers and soon will be free agents.

According to TMZ, the long, drawn-out fight was over money, which is ridiculous since both are richer than God.

Still, Moore apparently wanted spousal support because she thought Kutcher cheated on her. Yet with California being a “no-fault” state, a person cannot get moolah after a split even if his or her ex was an (alleged) arse. In the end, the two just divvied up their shared property.

Keep your eyes peeled for news about a Kutcher engagement to Mila Kunis, however… there are rumors spinning round.Ashton KutcherDemi MooreFeaturesGossipMila Kunis

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