Open marriage cited in Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher split

Getty Images file photosOpen secret: Everyone in Hollywood knew Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher had an open marriage

Getty Images file photosOpen secret: Everyone in Hollywood knew Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher had an open marriage

Did Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have an open marriage? And was that what ultimately killed the relationship?

“They would have threesomes,” an insider confided to Radar Online. “Demi liked women and Ashton would bring another woman into their relationship for flings, but they both agreed to it.

“If he wanted to do anything, as long as she knew about it, she was fine,” added the source. “It was the sneaky ones when he got caught that infuriated Demi.”

A source tells Star that dalliances were totally part of the duo’s deal – and that the open marriage was an open secret.

“Everyone in Hollywood knows about their arrangement, but they’ve managed to keep it a secret from the general public,” says the source. “Somehow they made it work all these years. Both of them were respectful of each other. It was a lot of fun for them.”

But once beauties started blabbing to the media about their flings with Ashton, the couple’s the-more-the-merrier attitude allegedly started caused problems … and led to Thursday’s announcement that Demi is filing for divorce.

False Reports

Kristin Cavallari is not happy about the tabloid report that she hooked up with Kourtney Kardashian’s baby daddy Scott Disick.

“It’s 100 percent not true,” the former “The Hills” star declared to Billy Bush.

And she even suggests Kim Kardashian and her sisters could be behind the rumors.

“I just think what convenient timing for them with their show premiering next week,” the California blonde notes. “With everything that’s going on for Kim, I feel like they’re trying to take the heat off her. When there’s a big story like that, they always call you and ask if you want to comment and clearly none of them denied it.”

“It’s disrespectful to me and [beau] Jay [Cutler] and I think it just says a lot about their character,” says Kristin.

Surely the Kardashians would not use the media just to spin positive publicity for themselves!

Mila and the Marines

Mila Kunis wasn’t on a diva trip when she attended the Marine Corps ball with Sgt. Scott Moore, who invited her via a YouTube video this summer.

Instead, the “Friends With Benefits” star “was very nice and very respectful,” another Marine in attendance told People. “She gets credit and a lot of respect for coming here, not being part of this world and following through on her word.”

“She seemed to like the traditions” such as the evening’s cake ceremony, the Marine noted. “They made her smile.”

The sergeant’s unit recently returned from an intense stint in Afghanistan.

“We had a rough deployment,” the Marine source recalled. “We lost six Marines and a corpsman. Scott made sure everyone knew, he wasn’t at the ball for himself. He was there for the ones who could only be with us in spirit.”

It’s nice to see Hollywood types like Mila and Justin Timberlake acknowledge that the men and women serving in our armed forces are the real stars.

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