Ashton Kutcher to be subpoenaed in Diddy's sex trafficking investigation

Ashton Kutcher is expected to be subpoenaed as part of a sex trafficking investigation involving his long-time friend, hip hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs. This comes just months after Ashton and his wife Mila Kunis faced backlash for supporting convicted rapist Danny Masterson. Diddy's homes in Miami and Los Angeles were raided by federal Homeland Security Investigations agents last month, and his alleged associate, Brendan Paul, was arrested for being his 'drug mule'.

Sources claim that Ashton and Mila are keeping their distance from Diddy, with Mila reportedly forbidding any contact between them. The couple came under fire in October 2023 for supporting Danny Masterson, who was convicted of raping two women. They later posted an apology video and Ashton stepped down as chair of his anti-child sex abuse organization.

Ashton and Diddy have been friends for over two decades, with their friendship stemming from Ashton's MTV show Punk'd. Diddy revealed on The Late Late Show with James Corden in 2018 that their friendship began when Ashton called to warn him about a potential prank on the show. Ashton also shared stories about their friendship on Sean Evans' Hot Ones in 2019.

Diddy's homes were raided in March as part of a sex trafficking investigation, and his ex-girlfriend Cassie accused him of rape and abuse in a lawsuit filed in November. The lawsuit was settled, and Diddy denied the allegations. Other alleged victims have come forward with similar accusations against him.

Diddy has denied all allegations made against him, calling them a 'money grab'. Record producer Rodney 'Lil Rod' Jones also accused Diddy of abuse, but Diddy's lawyer dismissed the claims as 'pure fiction'. Diddy has maintained his innocence and continues to deny all accusations against him.


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