Amid allegations of Ashton Kutcher's infidelity, he and wife Demi Moore appeared very much a couple Thursday at the Clinton Global Initiative conference in Manhattan, where they launched a campaign against child sex slavery.
Smiling at each other, holding hands and brandishing wedding rings, according to People magazine, Kutcher, 32, and Moore, 47, initiated the program "Real Men," in which their Demi & Ashton Foundation and partner Microsoft will attempt "to find new ways to put technology to work protecting children from sexual exploitation and abuse," according to Microsoft executive Pamela Passman in a statement on her company's blog.
Star magazine on its website Sept. 15 had quoted Brittney Jones, 21, claiming she had met Kutcher while he was with Moore and his stepdaughter Rumer Willis at the Hollywood bowling alley Lucky Strike Lanes in July, and that she and the former "That '70s Show" star had a tryst on the couple's couch sometime later while Moore was in Detroit filming the comedy "LOL: Laughing Out Loud," starring Miley Cyrus and Ashley Greene.
Kutcher and his attorney, Marty Singer, have angrily denounced that and subsequent Star reports, with the actor having called the claims "defamation of character." Friday, in fact, is the couple's fifth wedding anniversary.