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Demi Moore finally got around to filing her own divorce papers after Ashton Kutcher had previously filed his. Demi decided to f**k with the little kid for a bit and ask for spousal support even though she is way more rich. Think about that. Ashton has been the highest paid actor on television the past two years and making about $25M a year and Demi hasn't done squat to get a high paycheck in years and is still worth way more. So, you have to love that she is asking for spousal support and for Ashton to also pay her attorney fees. He is such a tool and to get it over with, maybe he will pay her some spousal support and then she can not cash his checks and when he finally runs out of money she can cash them all at once and call it the ultimate Punk'd.
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