Demi Moore agreed to sign a confidentiality agreement in order to view the financial records of Ashton Kutcher's technology business, as the battle over their divorce settlement continues, TMZ reported.
The former couple's divorce has been slowed down by the financial demands Moore has made, including a piece of A-Grade Investments, a company Kutcher founded with billionaire Ron Burkle after the couple split.
Ashton Kutcher was one of Twitter's first break-through celebrities, but he said he now thinks the social media platform is broken at the CTIA wireless industry trade show in Las Vegas on May 23, according to CNN.
"For lack of a better verb, the media came and @&$#%! [expletive deleted] it up," Kutcher said. "When I first got on, it felt like the democratization of media. Now it just feels like media."
Kutcher, who plays Steve Jobs in the upcoming film Jobs, joined Twitter early on. He became the first user to gain one million followers. That number continues to increase. He now has roughly 14.3 million and he is one of the most-followed users on the site.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher took the relationship to the next level on Saturday when the actress introduced her boyfriend to her parents, according to a report in Daily Mail.
Kunis' father, Mark, and mother, Elvira, accompanied their daughter and Kutcher for coffee and a walk in London.
After dating for more than six months, Demi Moore, 50, and Harry Morton, 31, reportedly ended their relationship, a source told E! News.
The actress and Morton, a restaurateur, met through mutual friends and began dating near the end of last year.
According to Moore and Morton, owner of the Pink Taco franchise, were seen on a dinner date at South Beverly Grill in Beverly Hills, Calif. The two had been dating for five or six months at the time, a source told E!
Following Miley Cyrus, another former Disney starlet will join Two and a Half Men as a guest star when Hilary Duff appears on the show as a drunken character determined to win Ashton Kutcher's affection.
The personal and sensitive information of first lady Michelle Obama, vice president Joe Biden and an extensive list of celebrities were hacked into and leaked online in a mass dump called "doxxing" on Monday.