The woman at the center of Ashton Kutcher’s alleged affair has given her first interviews.
Sara Leal, 22, has spoken out to both Us Weekly and the UK’s The Sun newspaper, claiming she had sex with Demi Moore’s husband on the stars’ sixth wedding anniversary.
Leal claimed to Us Weekly that the “Two and a Half Men” star seduced her as she was partying at San Diego’s Hard Rock Hotel on September 23.
Leal claimed that she and a friend got naked in a hot tub with Kutcher, and later, he hinted he was interested in a threesome. After her trip to the bathroom, Leal claimed her friend left and she had unprotected sex with Kutcher.
“He was good,” she told Us. “We weren’t, like, making love, but it wasn’t weird or perverted.”
Afterward, she claimed the two talked about politics.
”[He] asked if I could name up-and-coming candidates,” Leal told the mag. “I said Rick Perry.”
Leal claimed the two were intimate again, and later he started to try and look through her cell phone text messages. She said she had texted a friend and told the pal she was partying with the actor.
“He just said flat-out, ‘See, this is stuff I can’t have happen.’ I offered to delete them,” Leal said, claiming a bodyguard came in and took her phone away, promising her she’d get it back when she left.
Leal told The Sun that before she left, Kutcher complimented himself.
“The last thing I remember him saying was he did a good job. 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,’” she claimed to the tabloid.
The woman claimed Kutcher originally told her, before their encounter, that he was separated from his wife, and she remains unsure if their relationship is real.
“If they’re happily married then I feel bad,” she told Us.
Kutcher and Moore have not addressed the allegations.
After attending kabbalah services together, the two were photographed on Sunday, camping outside of Santa Barbara over the Yom Kippur holiday, the most serious and solemn day in the Jewish religion, known as the Day of Atonement
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