Kabbalah question: Is Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher's marriage legal?

ashton-kutcher-demi-moore-getty-2.jpg Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher already have enough relationship headaches on their hands considering allegations that Kutcher has been stepping out on his wife of six years. But a lawsuit filed earlier this year alleges that their Kabbalah wedding was a sham, rendering their marriage illegal.

Marc Aisen, reports RadarOnline, filed the lawsuit in March alleging that Ashton, Demi and other Kabbalah adherents, including Madonna, are "weird witches" who conspired to organize a fake wedding presided over by a fraud and, in addition, engaged in organized racketeering.

Hunh?

According to the lawsuit:

"Mr. Kutcher made a media circus out of his Kabbalah wedding to actress and hardcore Kabbalah cult member, Demi Moore, who is a longtime friend of the defendant Ms. Ciccone. As the 'First Couple' of organized Kabbalah, the 'wedding' presided over by defendant and alleged fraudster, Yehuda Berg -- which I am pointing out again was not a private family affair, as all parties used it as a publicity stunt and invited media attention -- was not a legal union, nor is the marriage according to California law.

It continues:

"Nor is the myth that there is such a thing as a traditional Kabbalah wedding as I can't seem to find evidence in any book that such a ceremony was ever performed in history. It was a way to put a glamorous face on the weird witches which is antisocial in their every manifestation."

Alsen tells RadarOnline he began investigating Kabbalah after designing a talisman for Madonna which she failed to, as allegedly promised, wear in public.
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