Actress Demi Moore shocked the world when she and actor Ashton Kutcher were dating because of the huge age difference of the two.
That fact did not seem to bother them as the actor and actress got married and thus the term “boy toy” was allegedly formulated because of the couple.
The couple’s union in marriage surprised the world, as the world got used to seeing them in award shows and other Hollywood events; they stunned the world again when they announced they were splitting up.
Kutcher has moved on and is dating his co-star in “That 70’s Show” Mila Kunis.
Moore on the other hand made things official when she filed for divorce in Los Angeles earlier today.
According to New York Post, Moore said she wanted to settle the divorce privately but the post reports that the actress is tired of being unable to reach a settlement.
Kutcher on the other hand filed his papers in December; the actress still insisted they discuss matters first in confidence and reach a fair agreement.
Now that Moore has filed her papers, the divorce could go on trial.
According to an insider that reportedly told the Post, Kutcher has been especially “difficult” and “hostile” throughout the process.
The source adds, “Ashton made a lot of money after marrying Demi – a lot more than she made – despite him becoming as famous through her, he believes he doesn’t owe her that much.”
For the whole year that passed since the announcement of their split, the couple attempted to reach a private settlement as what Moore originally wanted.
The source said, “Demi is definitely ready to move on.”
In addition to that the source said, “It’s hoped lawyers for both sides can reach a settlement this spring. Otherwise the divorce will go into litigation and trial.”
Currently, with his latest gig replacing Charlie Sheen in the TV show “Two and a Half Man”, Kutcher is the highest-paid actor on TV. He reportedly net $24 million between May 2011 and May 2012.
While for Moore, last payday was reportedly from 2003’s “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” with $2 million, according to IMDB.