Sr. Executive Editor Annabel Vered of Star Magazine insists that they 'have ways of authenticating the texts' which were sent by the actor to his alleged one-night stand Brittney Jones.
Rumors that Ashton Kutcher cheated on wife Demi Moore by having a steamy one-night stand with 21-year-old girl named Brittney Jones might not be suppressed in a short time. Sr. Executive Editor Annabel Vered of Star Magazine, who first reported the news, has now said that there will more revelations to come.
Talking to Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on "Access Hollywood Live", Annabel stressed, "Of course we have ways of authenticating the texts, we stand by our reporting 100 percent... when you see the texts you'll definitely believe that this went on."
"There were more texts but Ashton made her delete them when they had their one night affair because he was very paranoid that he would be caught," Annabel added about the allegations which hit the headline earlier this month. "There's more to come... more on Demi and Ashton and the cheating scandal."
Ashton and Demi will celebrate the fifth anniversary of their wedding on September 24. Despite the cheating allegation, the couple was said as loving as ever. When Ashton visited Demi on the set of her movie "The Reasonable Bunch" on September 18, a source told People, "You could hear them laughing in her trailer." Demi herself posted a picture of her and Ashton while they were in the trailer.
Meanwhile, Demi's "LOL: Laughing Out Loud" co-star Marlo Thomas has offered her support for the "Ghost" star. Marlo, who has been hit with divorce rumors several times, told BlogTalk Radio, "My father (Danny Thomas) said to me, 'On the page across from your divorce story is a woman who gave birth to a whale. Now, do you believe the whale story?' I said no."
"And he said, 'Well, neither does anybody else and nobody is gonna believe this either'," Marlo continued. "So they'll (Ashton and Demi) have to have this garbage about them and it'll pass. Nobody believes that anybody is happy. I don't know why but there's some kind of delight in thinking that nobody's happy."