Demi Moore Wants Spousal Support, Alimony, "Really Hurt": Divorce Papers Show Actress Demands More Money From Ashton Kutcher

By Jon Niles, Mstars Reporter ( | Mar 08, 2013 10:52 AM EST
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Demi Moore might out-earn Ashton Kutcher, but that is not stopping her from asking for more money from the "Two and a Half Men" star in their divorce settlement. Though Kutcher is television's highest paid actor, his net worth is about $135 million, which is bleak compared to Moore's $150 million. The actress might not get what she asks for, but asking for more will most likely end up in her favor. The ex-couple is reportedly close to coming to a settlement.

A source involved with the divorce proceedings has stated:

"Ashton made a lot of money after marrying Demi - a lot more than she made - but despite him becoming just as famous through her, he believes he doesn't owe her that much."

How do you think this divorce will end? Sources say Demi is ready to move on with her life, but clearly asking for more money will extend these proceedings. Do you think Ashton will comply with what she asks or argue against the alimony? Maybe he just wants to move on as well and will do whatever it takes to enjoy his time with new girlfriend, Mila Kunis?  

Mstarz recently reported on Demi filing the divorce papers, saying:

The 51-year-old actress submitted the papers more than a year after her and Ashton Kutcher announced their separation in 2011 and three months after her ex filed his. He took care of his papers back in December, eagerly wanting to move on with his new girlfriend and previous co-star in "That 70's Show" Mila Kunis.

"After over a year of attempting to reach a settlement, Demi is definitely ready to move on," a source told Page Six. "It's hoped lawyers for both sides can reach a settlement this spring, otherwise the divorce will go into litigation and trial."

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