Ashton Kutcher and I had non-Republican sex twice, Sara Leal says
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Ashton Kutcher and Sara Leal did the nasty in a San Diego hotel room, according to the 22-year-old blond who has little to lose by kissing and telling stories about what she says happened between her and Demi Moore’s husband.
They did it twice, she said. They did it without condoms, she said. And then they had a talk that touched on astrology and politics, during which she claims he said, ‘Oh my gosh, you’re not a Republican, are you?’
Leal has finally broken her silence, as they say, spilling details to Us Weekly about events that she says went down between her and the ‘Two and a Half Men’ star early Sept. 24, Kutcher and Moore’s sixth wedding anniversary. She said he believed him when he told her he was separated from his wife. Also, she reportedly leans Democrat. Both are Aquarians.
‘He was good,’ Leal told the mag. ‘It wasn’t weird or perverted.’
(Theoretically, that would be good news, right? Overlooking the underlying claim of infidelity?)
The kids -- OK, he’s 33, but you get the idea -- had been up all night partying in a hotel room and hot tub in San Diego, administrative assistant Leal’s current hometown. Kutcher was attending a tech conference, while his 48-year-old wife was off to New York for the Sept. 26 premiere of her contribution to the Lifetime breast cancer short-film anthology ‘Five,’ her first stint behind the camera.
Moore and Kutcher, who’ve been staying essentially mum since rumors started flying, were photographed together Saturday on a camping trip with close friends in Santa Barbara. That after being photographed heading into a Kabbalah service the weekend before. Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement, was Saturday (starting at sundown the day before).
So we turn to Twitter, where @aplusk and @mrskutcher notoriously hang out. A lot.
Moore last tweeted a smile Tuesday to a floral designer who’d complimented her short-film work. In the wee hours Wednesday, Kutcher tweeted thusly: ‘If we are not looking for one we are looking for the other Ctrl Esc,’ linking it to a picture of cuff links emblazoned with those keyboard abbreviations for ‘control’ and ‘escape.’ Hours later, he made a reference to ET phoning home.
Make of it what you will.
-- Christie D’Zurilla