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Ashton Kutcher's First Mistress: I Told You So

November 18, 2011 (4:35 pm) GMT
Right after Demi Moore announced that she is divorcing her husband of six years, the mistress talked to media about how she feels 'vindicated'.

's alleged mistress added fuel to the divorce statement from . Brittney Jones, who was the first woman stepping forward with the claim that Kutcher had cheated on Moore, said people will now believe her story about sleeping with the actor.

Jones went public with the alleged affair in 2010, just a year before another woman, Sara Leal, told tabloids that she had passionate night with Kutcher. The "" star said through his lawyer that Jones' allegation was a lie but did not deny it entirely.

In a new statement to TMZ, Jones said, "Although divorce is often sad I do feel somewhat vindicated. For so long people have thought that I was dishonest or just making up my passionate nights with Ashton, when in fact I was being used."

Jones also backed up Chelsea Handler's theory that Moore and her husband of six years had an "open relationship". Jones said, "Ashton told me that both he and Demi had an 'open relationship' and that he was not in fact cheating. Now I can tell all the facts about how Ashton really was, and hopefully people will believe my side of the story."

She added, "I feel for Demi very much and wish her nothing but the best during this hard time."

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