Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher go camping over Yom Kippur weekend
This Friday (Oct. 7) was Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday referred to as the Day of Atonement. "Two and a Half Men" star and Kabbalah devotee Ashton Kutcher apparently used the day to express his regret for his reported infidelities.
Star Magazine has exclusive pictures featuring Kutcher and wife Demi Moore on a camping trip in Santa Barbara, Calif. The pictures mark the first time the couple has been photographed together in three months.
Moore appears extremely agitated that a nearby camper was snapping photos, as several of the pictures feature her aggressively approaching the cameraperson. According to reports, Moore confronted the photographer, screaming "[p]lease don't take photos of me or my family. Please don't expose this." The photographer observed that "once she knew she had been photographed, she whistled at Ashton and gestured for him to hurry into the tent."
Moore and Kutcher have both been recently spotted wearing their red string bracelets on their left wrist, representing their commitment to Kabbalah; reports indicate that Moore and Kutcher are turning to the offshoot of Judaism to council them through this difficult time.