Report: Demi Moore Not Getting Spousal Support from Ashton Kutcher
(LOS ANGELES) -- Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore have reportedly finalized their divorce after separating two years ago, and even though Kutcher is TV's highest-paid star -- thanks to his role on Two and a Half Men -- Moore reportedly won't be getting any financial support from him. Not that she needs it. She's reportedly worth around $150 million.
According to TMZ, the couple's divorce settlement does not include Moore receiving spousal support from Kutcher. Multiple sources told the gossip site that initially the Ghost star wanted support because Kutcher was allegedly cheating on her, but since the two were married in California, state law doesn't recognize infidelity as proper grounds for spousal support.
Sources tell the gossip website the two stars essentially split any property gained during the marriage.
Sources also said Moore thought Kutcher was hiding funds made from his investments in technology companies, but she eventually was satisfied with the settlement she received.
The two wed in September 2005 and Kutcher filed for divorce in late 2012. Moore filed her own divorce papers in March.
The two have both moved on romantically. Kutcher is now dating his former That 70s Show co-star Mila Kunis, while Moore is reportedly spending time with a different younger man, 30-year-old Will Hanigan.
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