Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher LOOK pensive as they step out after supporting convicted rapist Danny Masterson


Mila Kunis and her husband Ashton Kutcher were seen for the first time since it was revealed the couple fear they will be cancelled for after voicing their support for the convicted rapist and That 70’s Show co-star Danny Masterson.

The scandal

The couple have come under fire for sharing letters of support for Masterson and ‘begging the judge for leniency’ after the trial, where he was convicted of raping two women and sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Following the backlash, insiders claimed they are worried that the ‘damage of it all’ could be detrimental to their careers and have since shared an apology video and Ashton has stepped down as chair of his anti-child sex abuse organisation.

The couple are reportedly wanted to stay out of the spotlight for the foreseeable in the hope that people ‘forget’ about the scandal they have been wrapped up in.

However they were spotted walking hand in hand as they navigate through the busy sidewalk after a date at Largo in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The couple looked pensive as they kept their heads down and engaged in conversation as they left the cabaret couple together.

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Mila was dressed in a khaki utility-style jumpsuit with a pair of white pumps, while she appeared fresh-faced with minimal make-up.

Meanwhile, Ashton sported a Lucky Charms cereal brand T-shirt with jeans and boots, while cutting a low-key figure in a blue baseball cap.


The backlash has also seen Ashton and Mila’s relationship called into question, with many highlighting how the Ted actress, now 40, was only 14 years old when she was cast in That 70’s Show, alongside the then-19-year-old actor.

The couple, who got married in 2015 and have two daughters, are said to have a ‘saving grace’ in Fox cartoon sitcom Family Guy – Mila voices Meg – which will help them financially during the fallout.

‘They legitimately feel like they are getting canceled,’ a source told exclusively.

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Ashton was looking forward to this past weekend being very low-key and devoted to watching football and dealing with his fantasy football teams.

‘With all the people railing against them, it isn’t going to go away anytime soon, and they are feeling it. They are hoping as time passes, people will forget and or move on from their criticism.

‘But as of right now, they are anticipating that the damage of it all might affect obtaining future work in film and TV.’

Fresh scrutiny

Ashton has faced fresh scrutiny, with old videos resurfacing of his past alleged problematic behavior, in the wake of Danny’s shocking conviction.

Danny was sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually assaulting two women in 2003.

One video that has made its way back into the spotlight is from an episode of MTV series Punk’d and shows a then-25-year-old Ashton making a questionable comment about Hilary Duff when she was just 15 years old.

‘She’s one of the girls that we’re all waiting for to turn 18. Along with the Olsen twins,’ he said.

The insider added that Ashton knows that the comment ‘didn’t age well.’

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