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Thursday 17 April 2014

Demi Moore 'wants emotional recompense'

Demi Moore

Ashton Kutcher "loves his money", which is said to be one of the reasons Demi Moore has brought up finances in their divorce battle.

The couple ended their six-year marriage over 16 months ago after Ashton was reportedly caught cheating on their anniversary, but Demi only filed her divorce papers earlier this month.

The 50-year-old actress is allegedly seeking spousal support from the Two and a Half Men actor and money is said to be the source of their disagreements.

Insiders say Demi isn't holding back as she feels so betrayed.

"[The split] was followed by him getting together with a girl they'd both known for years, but he had sworn he was just friends with - Mila [Kunis]," the source told British magazine Heat.

"Ashton loves his money. When they met he was just some TV star on That '70s Show - Demi backed him, funded him, paid all the bills for their lifestyle and, most importantly, raised his profile. Since she can't collect for emotional pain and suffering, she's going for his money."

Demi checked into rehab for rumoured addiction issues and an eating disorder a few months after Ashton's alleged affair came to light.

She has displayed erratic behaviour at celebrity parties since then and is said to be struggling to cope with Ashton's new relationship.

"Apparently Demi still has Google alerts set up to tell her what's going on with Mila and Ashton," an insider recently revealed. "She hates that she could end up funding their relationship."

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