Actor Ashton Kutcher, 41, is thinking twice before sending anything to the Twitterverse!
On Tuesday, Kutcher tweeted, “I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet. Then I saw my son, daughter, and wife and I deleted it.”
Instead, he tweeted a quote from his dad Larry, “Life is good.”
His tweets came the same day his ex-wife Demi Moore released her book “Inside Out,” in which she alleges that he cheated on her twice during their marriage. Could his "really snark tweet" have been in response to her accusation?
Later in the day, Kutcher was spotted looking serious while leaving the San Vicente Bungalows.
Over the weekend, Ashton seemed to be in better spirits, enjoying a date night with wife Mila Kunis at the Los Angeles Dodgers game. They appeared to be a united front while hanging out with Billie Jean King and her partner Ilana Kloss.
Earlier this week, Demi confirmed that she found out about Kutcher’s alleged cheating from a Google Alert. She told “Good Morning America’s” Diane Sawyer, “He admitted it right away and I think my response was, ‘Are you f**king kidding me?’ That was it. And I think I could barely take a breath."
They finalized their divorce in 2013, two years after their separation. She revealed, “I lost me. I think the thing if I were to look back, I would say I blinded myself and I lost myself.”
Demi also reflected on the miscarriage she suffered during their six-year marriage. She had lost the baby at 6 months, learning the news from her doctor. She said, “You could see a combination of his dread. And it shifting then immediately into matter-of-fact, practical information — because it was unquestionable, because there was no heartbeat."
After several failed attempts to get pregnant, Moore turned to prescription pills and alcohol. She admitted, “I really lost sight of everything that was in front of me, which is the family I had."
Before Demi and Ashton got together, she was married to Bruce Willis for more than 10 years. Demi recalled when she and Ashton first started dating in 2003, sharing, “He loved my children — it wasn't something he feared. He seemed to be comfortable with the enormity of the ex-husband. I mean, you know, I felt like I was not coming with baggage, I had trunks."