Because our culture is currently set up such that we care a lot when celebrities cheat on their spouses, there has been an enormous amount of attention on this “Ashton Kutcher Cheats On Demi Moore” story. Alleged “mistress” (in scare quotes because does a one night stand really confer “mistress” status on someone?) Sara Leal reportedly wanted $250,000 to tell her side of the story, and I have no doubt tabloids were scrambling over one another for a chance to give it to her.
The tabloid that emerged victorious in this struggle was apparently Us Weekly, which will publish a multitude of details from their “exclusive sit down with Leal” this coming Friday. They’ve already published a few tidbits from the interview on their website, and these tidbits are as follows:
-Sara Leal met Ashton at a “wild, all-night party in his suite at San Diego’s Hard Rock Hotel,” on his six year anniversary with Demi Moore. How poetic.
-He displayed a type of sexual aggression that many might find uncharacteristic of Ashton Kutcher:
“He just came up and kissed me,” the Texas native tells Us of Kutcher’s first bold move in the wee hours; minutes later, Leal, Kutcher and another young woman were completely nude and in a hot tub on the balcony.
“I didn’t think it was out of the ordinary,” Leal admits. “I wasn’t self-conscious about getting naked.”
After retreating to Kutcher’s bedroom past 6 a.m., “he lost his towel and I took my robe off,” Leal says. “Then we had sex.”
-Ashton Kutcher is not (I repeat not!) “weird or perverted” in the sack. (This I can believe.)
-He used the ol’ “my wife and I are separated” line on her. As if Ashton Kutcher needs to use that line. Good looking out for Sara Leal’s guilty conscience, I guess?
-Ashton Kutcher didn’t use a condom when he cheated on his wife! This is very bad!
-Ashton Kutcher laughed at everything she said. Because he was stoned.
-Ashton Kutcher likes to talk politics after he has sex with a lady.
-Ashton Kutcher enjoys the moments when he gets to drop the heavy mantle of “Ashton Kutcher, Hollywood actor” and just be real with someone:
“He was like, ‘I enjoy things like this because I’m an actor 90 percent of the time and it’s fake. It’s nice to have moments that are real,’” Leal recalls.
Thirsty for more? Check out Us Weekly, on newsstands this Friday!