Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore are sending cryptic tweets on Twitter, which seems to be centered around Sara Leal, but we can’t find anyone that knows how to decode these celebrity tweets. In a nutshell, it looks like Kutcher and Moore are heading for divorce, and Leal seems to be the straw that finally broke the camel’s back between these two.
Kutcher, 33, and Leal, 23, allegedly had an affair and one-night stand last Friday, September 24 in San Diego, California. Witnesses saw the pair in a club the night of Demi’s sixth-year wedding anniversary to Ashton.
Leal now wants $250,000 from the media to tell her story on what happened that night. The “Two and a Half Men” actor told her that he’s been separated from his wife for some time. “Ashton didn’t look like someone who was celebrating a wedding anniversary,” one club goer, who saw the two dancing, said in a statement.
Moore, 48, sent this cryptic tweet, quoting Greek philosopher Epictetus:
“When we are offended at any man’s fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger,” she wrote on Twitter.
As if things the tweets weren’t eerie enough, Demi also tweeted a photo of herself with her eyes closed, “I see through you,” she said. Comments under the photo included “stay strong” and “Hope everything is ok.” The marriage is literally breaking up on the social media network.
The ordeal bears a striking resemblance to Ashton’s 2010 cheating scandal, when a 21-year-old blonde went public with a one-night stand, and claimed that he and his wife were living apart. The couple subsequently went on a splashy, romantic trip to Israel, but Star magazine says they never started living together again, and now “they’re finally done for good” “because of Ashton’s serial cheating.”
The couple remains separate, with Demi in New York promoting the short film she directed for Lifetime, and Ashton in L.A. filming the CBS TV series. Leal told one of her friends that the alleged encounter happened on the 12th floor of the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego during the early hours of Saturday.