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Mila Kunis 'warned about Kutcher'

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Mila Kunis
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Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis has reportedly been warned by her friends that Ashton Kutcher might not be "good for her".

The actress has been dating the Two and a Half Men star since last year and things are thought to be getting serious between the pair.

Sources have now revealed that Mila's friends are concerned about Ashton's commitment to Mila after he threw a "crazy" dinner party recently.

"It was filled with models and beautiful women, but Mila was noticeably absent," a source told British magazine Closer. "Ashton didn't do anything wrong, but she wouldn't have been happy. Sometimes Ashton seems to live by the moto 'out of sight out of mind'. Mila's friends don't want her ending up getting hurt and worry Ashton is no good for her."

The reason behind their concern stems from Ashton's previous relationship history. The actor's marriage to 50-year-old actress Demi Moore famously ended in 2011 amid allegations he had been unfaithful with Texan model Sara Neal while partying in Las Vegas. Since their split, Demi has reportedly moved on and is said to be dating restaurateur Harry Morton, 31, a coupling which is said to be going from strength to strength.

"Demi has been gushing to pals saying he's finally putting a smile on her face again," a source revealed.

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