While Demi Moore has been licking her wounds after kicking Ashton Kutcher to the curb, the split really doesn't seem to have bothered him in the slightest.
He's been going about his life like nothing happened & partying like a rock star -- but he's also been sneaking around with Demi's daughter, Rumer Willis, behind his ex's back. They're trying to keep their encounters secret, well -- you know, because the two of them carrying on a relationship after he cheated on Demi and ultimately ruined their marriage is kind of frowned upon.
Supposedly Ashton & Rumer were spotted together in his car as early as this past weekend -- and they covered their faces with their hands in an attempt to hide being seen together.
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But considering they are both grown, consenting adults, should they really be forced to keep their relationship a secret? Not necessarily, but it all depends on the nature of things.
If they are strictly seeing each other because they miss each other's company and want to remain friends, then there's really nothing wrong with what they're doing. Granted, Ashton did treat Demi pretty poorly, but that had nothing to do with Rumer. Plenty of couples cheat on each other and get divorced, but still maintain healthy relationships with the kids, so why is their situation any different? They should be able to see each other and hang out when they want to without having to conceal it from Demi, or anyone else for that matter.
But if Ashton is going all Woody Allen on Rumer and trying to make a move on her? Yeah -- that's an entirely different story. The idea of these two hooking up is nothing short of incestuous and disgusting.
Ashton may be a party boy who was unfaithful to his wife, but my gut tells me he still has the decency to know where to draw the line when it comes to Rumer. (Or at least I hope so.)
What's your take? Should divorced couples still be allowed to have relationships with their spouse's kids?
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