Ashton Kutcher has addressed rumors of his alleged split from his wife Demi Moore with cryptic Twitter messages.
The "Two and a Half Men" actor first posted a link to the Public Enemy song, "Don't Believe The Hype," which features the lyrics, "I'm the epitome - a public enemy. Used, abused without clues, I refused to blow a fuse. They even had it on the news. Don't believe the hype."
On Thursday morning, he also Tweeted, "When you ASSUME to know that which you know nothing of you make an [expletive] out of U and ME."
Moore has not addressed the rumors and spokespeople for the actors had no immediate comment about the reports.
The tabloid magazine Star, said in its recent cover story that the two are headed for a $290 million divorce and have been living apart for months. Online reports said the 33-year-old actor had a fling with a 23-year-old woman.
Similar reports were made in October 2010. At the time, Kutcher said: "I think Star magazine calling me a 'cheater' qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees. STAR magazine - you don't get to stand behind 'freedom of the press' when you are writing fiction."
Later that month, the couple jetted off to Israel for what Kutcher called a spiritual journey. He and Moore, 48, practice Jewish Mysticism, known as Kabbalah, and have visited the Jewish state before.
The pair married in 2005 after dating for about two years. They spent their sixth wedding anniversary on Sept. 24 apart, People magazine said.
It said Kutcher, who recently made his debut as the new star of the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men," was in San Diego, California at the time while Moore was in New York to promote a short film she directed about breast cancer for the Lifetime cable network."At the premiere of 'Five' w/my amazing lead actress the lovely Ava Acres!" Moore Tweeted on Tuesday, September 27. "Wait til you see her incredible performance!"
The actress also Tweeted this cryptic quote on September 23: "When we are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger. -Epictetus."