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Are Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher splitting up?

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Is Demi Moore going to have to change her Twitter handle?

According to a report from Star Magazine, Moore and Ashton Kutcher are splitting up after six years of marriage.

The magazine says that Moore and Kutcher have been living apart "for months" and that the couple is headed for a $290 million divorce. The cause for the split? The magazine says the new Two and a Half Men star has cheated on his wife. A year ago, a woman told Star Magazine that she had carried on an affair with Kutcher.

Multiple gossip sites began to question the stability of their marriage after Kutcher and Moore spent their wedding anniversary, Sept. 24, apart. According to People, Kutcher was seen clubbing with friends in San Diego while Moore was in New York. Moore, usually an avid tweeter, has also been posting slightly cryptic messages as of late. "When we are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger. --Epictetus," Moore tweeted on Sept. 23. Three days later, she tweeted "I see through you" and linked to a picture of herself not smiling with her eyes closed.

Moore, who is 15 years Kutcher's senior, wed the TV star in 2005 after dating for two years. She was previously married to musician Freddy Moore and then actor Bruce Willis, with whom she has three daughters.

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