The woman said to have hooked up with Ashton Kutcher on his sixth wedding anniversary with Demi Moore is speaking out. Blonde Sara Leal has reportedly blabbed that she and the actor were indeed intimate as rumored. She tells Us magazine she was hanging out at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego when he “just came up and kissed me.”
What followed, allegedly, was a hot-tub romp with another girl, then an encounter in Ashton’s suite.
“Everything felt natural. We were having a good time,” the self-proclaimed other woman dished to the U.K.’s Sun. “One thing led to another. He was good but it wasn’t weird or perverted or creepy. I was attracted to him, and he was attracted to me.”
That said, she recalls that “we woke up and I was wearing a robe. He opened it up and I was like, ‘What are you doing?’ He was like, ‘Just checking. OK, I did good! You’re really pretty.’”
If this story is true, we’ll have to rethink our hope that Ashton and Demi will get back together. She certainly deserves better than a dude who would act like that.
Boreanaz on Bonding
Maybe Ashton should take note: When his infidelity was revealed in public, David Boreanaz says, it actually helped his marriage to wife Jaime Bergman grow stronger. The “Bones” star told TV Week the cheating scandal was “a bonding experience, in the long run.”
“Do I believe in giving up? No, I don’t,” David declared. “I’m a fighter. I’m a lover.”
The actor, who was linked in the tabloid press to infamous Tiger Woods mistress Rachel Uchitel, explained, “In a sacred ground like marriage, you find yourself out of it at certain times for reasons unknown that can be destructive. There could be a demon that kind of comes out and overtakes you.”
David, honey, the possession excuse might have worked on “Buffy” and “Angel,” but it won’t fly in real life.
Amanda Battles Anxiety
Amanda Seyfried has revealed she started seeing a therapist to deal with the panic attacks she suffered after becoming famous.
“[Therapy] has been such a great tool, and my therapist told me that I passed with flying colors, but we’ll see how things go,” the “Mamma Mia!” star confided to British Glamour magazine.
“I still do get terribly nervous, and that’s partly due to the fact I think too much and overanalyze things,” she mused. “I’ll start worrying about my parents or my dog, and I’ll picture him opening the window of my apartment and falling out, even though I can’t get that thing open myself.”
Kudos to Amanda for not hesitating to seek help for her issues. And bonus kudos for being candid in public about it.