Mila Kunis just made a guest appearance on Dax Shepard's podcast Armchair Expert and she got very real about a lot of things including what it was like when she started dating Ashton Kutcher after his divorce from Demi Moore. 

The problem is a lot of people don't believe they started dating after the divorce, many think Ashton cheated on Demi with Mila. 

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The rumours about Ashton cheating began circulating way before the marriage even ended in November 2011, but when it did Demi even hinted at infidelity being the main reason for their split. 

Ashton also mentioned the alleged cheating just last year when he was accepting a Pillar of Character award for basically being an amazing person. In his speech, he talked about being called an adulterer all over magazine covers and he went on to say that it was hard having to go out and face being accused of something that he "may or may not have done."

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Fast forward to today, Mila told Dax Shepard about when she and Ashton started dating which was publicly announced in April 2012. However, she is clearly well aware of the bad press surrounding the situation and defended the relationship saying "he was coming off of a divorce. He was post, post, post, way post-divorce, but I think there was a lot of misconceptions about the divorce." 

That said, considering the two started dating in April 2012 and Ashton didn't actually file for divorce until December 2012, he wasn't way-post divorce or even actually divorced at all, though his marriage had publicly ended and he was definitely separated at the time. 

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The infidelity rumours were never confirmed, and Ashton didn't publicly deny them, though Mila also said that she never let them bother her because she knew the truth about him and how he was actually a great person. 

The couple was married in 2015 and now have two children together. 

Source: eonline

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