Demi Moore Hates She Had A Threesome With Ashton Kutcher

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Demi Moore has revealed in a new memoir that she and ex-husband Ashton Kutcher had two threesomes during their marriage — and that he then used the encounters to explain away his later cheating on her, according to a report.

Moore said she only wanted to please Kutcher by engaging in the three-way sex, but she now believes that doing so was a “mistake,” Radar reported Wednesday.

“I wanted to show him how great and fun I could be,” she writes in the book, “Inside Out,” according to the gossip site.

Moore wrote that in 2010, she saw media reports claiming Kutcher, 41, met a 21-year-old woman while bowling with her daughter Rumer Willis, and cheated on her in his marital home while Moore was out of town filming a movie.

When she confronted him, he brought up their threesomes as a defense.

“Because we had brought a third party into our relationship, Ashton said, that blurred the lines and, to some extent, justified what he’d done,” she writes, adding it was to “deflect blame.”

Moore also accused the “That ’70s Show” actor, to whom she was married from 2005 to 2013, of cheating on her before their separation in 2011 while at his former co-star Danny Masterson’s bachelor party.

According to Radar, she learned about the alleged cheating from a Google alert.

“I felt sick to my stomach,” she writes.

Earlier this month, the New York Times released quotesfrom the forthcoming book, in which Moore, 56, detailed suffering a miscarriage six months into her pregnancy in the early 2000s. Moore “started drinking again and blamed herself for the loss,” though she and Kutcher tried to conceive again through IVF.

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