"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," and scorned Demi Moore is allegedly holding on to the fury.
Last November, Demi Moore split from husband Ashton Kutcher after six years of marriage when a very public cheating scandal ruined their relationship. Although Kutcher has moved on with former "That '70s Show" co-star Mila Kunis, new reports claim that Moore is still "jealous and frustrated."
Some close to Moore say that the 49-year-old actress hasn't fully recovered from her broken marriage. "Her friends aren't convinced she's all better," a source tells People magazine. One source says that she is "jealous and frustrated," while another claims "What was humiliating was having her husband cheat on her in such a public way."
Kutcher was caught in a cheating scandal with 22-year-old Sara Leal last October. The pair reportedly hooked up on Kutcher's sixth wedding anniversary with Moore.
Since the split, Moore has been hospitalized for doing whip-its and has entered rehab for "stress and exhaustion."
“Breakups are hard in general, and it’s hard to see that somebody that you loved and you shared a life with has moved on so easy, when you haven’t,” New York relationship expert Siggy Flicker told ABC News of Moore's reported jealous feelings. “It’s a little bit of a crush to the ego, but she [Moore] can survive this.”
Moore's alleged jealousy may be fueled by Kutcher's post-split actions. Not only did he move on with Kunis, but the two have also been candid with their love. “Demi has dealt with the split differently from Ashton,” People magazine reporter Carlos Greer told ABC News. “He’s been very public. She’s kept a low key profile. She’s been relying on her extremely close friends and her Kabbalah faith.”
Rumors surfaced last month that Moore was ready to break her silence about Kutcher in a book and a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Moore, who turns 50 next month, was spotted out in New York on Wednesday night for the GEMS Girls Like Us Benefit Gala, according to USA Today. She co-hosted the party at El Museo Del Barrio. GEMS is dedicated to helping sexually exploited and trafficked girls.
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