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Demi Moore 'Really Hurt' by Ashton Kutcher. Moore Files her own Divorce papers, seeks revenge

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Demi Moore is claiming she was 'really hurt' by Ashton Kutcher's string of lies during their six-year marriage. While it's hard to blame her for trying, seeking revenge on Kutcher is probably not going to solve much for Moore. The past feelings from their very public separation peeking their head once again, Moore is making headlines with demanding divorce retributions.

The New York Post cited a TMZ story Friday and noted that Moore is asking Kutcher to pay her spousal support and attorney fees. 

Moore reportedly has more money than Kutcher, but Kutcher is reportedly TV's highest paid actor, earning an estimated $24 million a year from the "Two and a Half Men" show.

The Post reports, "It seems Moore may just be a classic scorned wife."

An insider to the situation told the New York Post that Kutcher has been especially "difficult" and "hostile" throughout the process.

"Ashton made a lot of money after marrying Demi -- a lot more than she made -- but despite him becoming just as famous through her, he believes he doesn't owe her that much," the source said. 

"Demi is definitely ready to move on," the source said of Demi Moore's decision to file. "It's hoped lawyers for both sides can reach a settlement this spring. Otherwise the divorce will go into litigation and trial." 

Kutcher and Moore split in Novemeber 2011 after infidelity allegations against Kutcher became public. It is believed that Kutcher had an affair with a 22-year-old on the night of his six-year anniversary with Moore.

What do you think of Demi Moore's divorce demands? Does she deserve whatever she wants because Ashton allegedly cheated on her the night of their six-year anniversary? Let us know what you think of Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and their divorce dilemma with a comment. 

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