Demi Moore Angry That Media Creates 'Fictitious Stories' From Her Tweets
Demi Moore is not reconciling with her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher and insists her tweets about forgiveness have been taken out of context. The couple split last year after six years of marriage amid allegations Kutcher cheated.
Moore announced plans to file for divorce but has yet to start proceedings. Earlier this month, the pair allegedly had an emotional reunion at a pal's birthday party. According to Britain's Sunday Mirror, they attended a bash thrown by Kabbalah Rabbi Yehuda Berg, the man who presided over their 2005 wedding, and Kutcher allegedly broke down during a speech when he admitted to having made mistakes.
The star fueled reports she is set to forgive her husband after retweeting messages including, "When your mind says give up, hope whispers one more try."
But the star insists her updates have been twisted into "fictitious" stories.
She writes, "You have to laugh at the media's need to twist and take tweets out of context so they can create fictitious stories to sell to the public! Nice bit of wisdom passed on to me, 'the faster you find what's funny about something, the better it is!'"