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Demi's a 'bisexual' in 'open marriage'

THE news of their break-up has yet to die down.The reason given for split between Demi Moore, 49, and Ashton Kutcher, 33, was his alleged infidelity.

But the issues may be lot more complex than what they are made out to be, the Daily Mail reported.

It is believed Moore and Kutcher embarked on an "open marriage", with suggestions hinting that Moore is bisexual.

The Star quoted an unnamed insider as saying that the Hollywood actress is attracted to "women just as much as men, so she didn't always get all she needed from Ashton".

Speaking of their agreement to have an open marriage, the source added: "Everyone in Hollywood knows about their arrangement, but they've managed to keep it a secret from the general public.

"She was cool with Ashton having flirtatious relationships too. Somehow, they made it work all these years. Both of them were respectful of each other. It was a lot of fun for them."

But all that changed when Kutcher's alleged affairs spilled into the open. The more recent one happened when The Two And A Half Men star allegedly shared a night of passion with party girl Sara Leal, 22, at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego.

The alleged fling happened on Kutcher's and Moore's sixth wedding anniversary on Sept 24.

Comedienne Chelsea Handler seemed to echo the sentiments that the couple had an open marriage while speaking to Piers Morgan on CNN.

While she admitted she didn't know them well personally, she said: "I think it's pretty obvious that they've probably had a lot of open-marriage type situations. I think they probably had a lot of good times with some other women..."

Meanwhile, The Sun reported that Moore was advised to dump her husband of six years by a psychic to protect her ailing health.

Her weight plummeted as she survived on energy drinks when the strain took its toll.

"Demi is very reliant on psychics and spiritual advisers and has been visiting several," The Sun quoted an unnamed friend as saying.

"And she listened when one insisted that to save her health, she had to stop clinging to the hope of saving the marriage.

"Her three daughters had been telling her the same thing, but it was the psychic who tipped the balance."

The report also said that the couple went on a secret getaway to her former husband Bruce Willis' Caribbean home in a last-ditch attempt to save the marriage.

But the counselling sessions they had allegedly descended into "intense" rows, the Daily Mail reported.

"Whatever counselling they did was fine for a quick fix but could not get to the heart of the problem," said another friend.

This article was first published in The New Paper.

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