Reports surfaced today that Mila Kunis is being sued for allegedly stealing a chicken as a young child.
And we can all agree that it’s just about the most ridiculous lawsuit that’s ever made headlines.
So ridiculous, in fact, that Kunis and her fiancé, Ashton Kutcher, are adding their clever and hilarious voices to the mix with a spot-on social media video calling out the woman, Kristina Karo, making these claims.
According to the lawsuit, Karo says that she grew up with Kunis in the Ukraine and that the two were close when they were around 5 years old. Which is the first problem, as Kunis and Kutcher point out, since that would mean, “You stole a chicken from a 1-month-old child who spoke to you?” Kutcher says to Kunis in their video, pointing out the age discrepancies in Karo’s tale. Kutcher continues, “Not only was she 1 month old in Ukraine, but was speaking in English in Ukraine. This is the smartest girl I’ve ever heard of!”
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Karo further claims that she had a beloved chicken named Doggie that Kunis admitted to stealing. And not just that Kunis stole her chicken, but that the thievery left Karo so emotionally heartbroken that when she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her singing career, just being so close to Kunis was upsetting.
“It had nothing to do with her music video, that’s just accidental,” Kunis says sarcastically, referring to Karo’s music video for her song, “Give Me Green Card,” which was released around the same time as the news of her lawsuit.
Kunis also confirms that she has not been physically served with the lawsuit to date. “But, emotionally, I feel served,” she adds, unable to keep a straight face.
You can watch the music video in all its glory below.
Kunis concludes her video with Kutcher by saying, “I would like to launch a counter $5,000 lawsuit for making me sit there and watch your music video shamelessly. My body hurts. My eyes hurt, they’re burning. That requires money.”
We think Kunis might also have a claim in there for slander, too.
Check out Kunis and Kutcher’s full response below.