Kunis Wants The Divorce Drama To End
Mila Kunis has just about had it with her boyfriend's never-ending marriage. She has reportedly told Ashton Kutcher to give his soon-to-be ex-wife whatever she wants to settle their divorce, even if that means tens of millions of dollars.
Mila Kunis reportedly told boyfriend Kutcher to give Moore whatever she wants, according to the Christian Science Monitor. Even though the couple called it quits in 2011, divorce papers weren't filed until earlier this year. Kunis and Kutcher have been dating since early 2012, and it looks like the Ted actress is done with her boyfriend worrying about the divorce.
"Mila told Ashton to just give Demi the money, it isn't about winning," a source reportedly told British tabloid Closer. "She's sick of this hanging over their heads and them not being able to move on with their future together."
But giving in to that battle could mean tens of millions for the actor (reports are anywhere from $10 to $25 million), no small chunk of change even for Kutcher. Another source reportedly told the Belfast Telegraph that Kutcher is also looking forward to ending the divorce drama once and for all.
"Demi and Ashton were perfectly civil when they met up, but she's still hurting," the source said. "Perhaps this is the only way to keep power. They talked about the divorce, but they still haven't been able to agree on the exact settlement. Ashton has had to pursue Demi, he even had to play nice and say: 'Tell me what you want to sign.' He's just desperate to get everything finalized."
Demi Moore was reportedly crushed when Kutcher began dating Kunis. But the rumors about the sudden rush to settle the divorce also lean toward marriage talks between Kutcher and Kunis. The couple has been dating for nearly two years, and it looks like they could be walking down the aisle eventually (since they are pretty much the most adorable couple of the year).
Only time will tell, but at least we know Kunis and Kutcher won't be running off to elope anytime soon.
Photo credit: WENN.com