The couple has been staying at Willis' home in Turks and Caicos. If you're not good at geography, basically, its an island far, far away from the U.S. Let's hope it's also far, far away from Twitter.
A source tells Us Weekly, "They had to get away. Ashton's tweeting [about Penn State] was the last straw."
They're basically saying, Ashton did one too many dumb things and Demi kicked him out of America.
Last week, Kutcher stood up for Penn State football coach Joe Paterno after he was fired amidst a child-abuse sex scandal.
Ashton then deleted the statement after getting Twitter-reamed by the public. He also apologized and vowed to stop using his Twitter account until it can be more "properly" managed:
"As an advocate in the fight against child sexual exploitation, I could not be more remorseful for all involved in the Penn St. case," Kutcher said.
It's official, Charlie Sheen passed on his crazy to Ashton Kutcher.
"Things have been very strained," the source continues. "[But] they're trying to figure things out."
There have been rumors of Ashton's cheating in the past, so his fling with Sara Leal probably wasn't the first time he strayed. I mean, you know the saying: fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, I'm gonna force you to take Kabbalah classes and lose a ton of weight so you look like an assh-le.
A friend close to Ashton claims that the Two and a Half Men star is so busy working, he has no idea what's going on in the real world.
"He's been in a bubble," the source says. "He works 12-hour days, is trying to save his marriage and is involved in the management of close to a dozen Internet companies, so he didn't really know what he had done until it was too late. He feels terrible."
So what happened was, Ashton saw a headline, had no idea what it was about, and felt so compelled in his ignorance, he decided to spend time Tweeting about it instead of reading about it. And this guy is supposed to be our gatekeeper of the truth!
On his personal website, Kutcher wrote a really long statement about the nature of Twitter. It was a lot of unnecessary words, but to summarize, his thought was:
"It seems that today that twitter has grown into a mass publishing platform, where ones tweets quickly become news that is broadcast around the world and misinformation becomes volatile fodder for critics."
Just a couple of weeks ago, Ashton made a video about how important it was to think about facts before you post them on the web. But now, he seems to be taking the stance that people take things posted on the web too seriously. I don’t get it. He changes his opinions based on whichever makes him look better Oh! I get it now!
Ashton continued: "I'm going to turn the management of the feed over to my team at Katalyst as a secondary editorial measure, to ensure the quality of its content."
Anyway, one of the latest Tweets Kutcher sent since the whole debacle, was:
"ET phone home," along with a photo of some alien-looking frog statues.
Yes, someone got paid to edit that Tweet and "ensure the quality of its content."
ET phone home? That's what you want to Tweet? I'll pass it on to my supervisor, but it shouldn't be a problem.