Demi-Ashton Marriage Isn't Legal: Lawsuit
And more from the troubled couple
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 19, 2011 10:45 AM CDT
Demi Moore attends the 'Margin Call' premiere at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema on October 17, 2011 in New York City ... looking thin.   (Getty Images)
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(Newser) – Much as you might wish you could ignore it (or is that just us?), news of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher is still popping up everywhere. Moore was photographed Monday wearing her wedding ring, and Kutcher is reportedly still wearing his, too. But that’s the only good thing about Moore’s appearance: An expert tells Radar she appears to have dropped to 90 pounds during this whole mess. (Page through the gallery for photos from the event that sparked the worries.) More of the latest:

  • Radar uncovers a lawsuit, filed earlier this year, that claims the Moore-Kutcher marriage isn’t legal. Some guy named Marc Aisen, who is Jewish but does not follow Kabbalah, claims in the suit that Kutcher "made a media circus" out of his wedding, which was really just a "publicity stunt" and "not a legal union, nor is the marriage according to California law." Aisen is suing Kutcher, Madonna, and other Kabbalah followers for racketeering.
  • Speaking of Kabbalah, Moore and Kutcher had a four-hour counseling session at the LA Kabbalah Centre on Friday, the New York Post reports. Yay?
  • Moore’s ex-hubby Bruce Willis is not happy with Kutcher and wants to “give him a huge talking-to,” Perez Hilton reports.
  • Saving the juiciest for last, The Frisky points to a blind gossip item, connects the dots, and wonders: Did Kutcher father January Jones' mystery baby? Click for more on that.

 

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