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Saturday 22 November 2014

Ashton Kutcher 'slowing divorce down'

Ashton Kutcher
Ashton Kutcher

Ashton Kutcher is reportedly "dragging his heels" in his divorce from Demi Moore.

It is almost one year since Demi announced she was splitting form the star after a six-year marriage, following claims he was unfaithful. The Two and a Half Men star has apparently not finalised his separation from actress Demi - who has since spent time in rehab - on purpose.

Money is said to be one reason, as Ashton is reportedly unhappy about the prospect of giving Demi cash from his investments.

"Ashton is dragging his heels," a source revealed to British magazine Look. "Apart from the money issue, he says it seems cruel to sign the papers and cast Demi a drift when her life is in such turmoil."

The 34-year-old recently began a relationship with Black Swan actress Mila Kunis. Reports state she is putting pressure on Ashton to seal the deal and put things with Demi to rest.

"Mila's has told Ashton to just pay up and put Demi behind him," the friend continued. "Mila pointed out that as long as they're still married, Demi won't be able to move on and get on with her life."

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