Demi Moore Seeks Spousal Support from Ashton Kutcher
More than a year after they split and nearly three months after Kutcher filed for divorce, the actress finally responded Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking to have her ex pay both spousal support and attorney fees.
Moore, 50, citing the usual "irreconcilable differences" for the split, is now headed for a possible courtroom battle with Kutcher, 35, over the financial terms to end their six-year marriage.
Although no children are at issue, the financial stakes are high: Kutcher last year reportedly earned $24 million from the CBS hit Two and a Half Men.
Since their break-up, Kutcher has been dating his That '70s Show costar Mila Kunis, prompting stories that Moore was jealous. Kutcher took Kunis home to Iowa over Christmas to spend time with his family.
In January, Moore was seen on several dates with Pink Taco restaurant chain owner Harry Morton, 31, a source told PEOPLE.
Reps for Moore and Kutcher have not commented.