The actor shared a vague tweet in what appeared to be a reaction to Moore's cheating and threesome allegations.
On Tuesday, the launch date for the book, the "Two And A Half Men" star, 41, shared a vague tweet about valuing his family in what appeared to be a reaction to Moore's cheating and threesome allegations.
'I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet. Then I saw my son, daughter, and wife and I deleted it," he posted followed by a heart emoji.
Kutcher followed up with two additional tweets. "Life is good - Larry Kutcher," he first wrote, a reference to his father. He then encouraged fans to text him for "the truth", adding his Community app phone number.
His cryptic posts come after Moore, 56, claimed Kutcher engaged in affairs before they divorced in 2013, after eight years of marriage. She also said that she agreed to threesomes so as to "try to fit the mold of the woman he wanted his wife to be."
Life is good -Larry Kutcher— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) September 25, 2019
For truth text me. +1 (319) 519-0576— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) September 25, 2019
"I put him first," Moore stated in the book. "So when he expressed his fantasy of bringing a third person into our bed, I didn't say no. I wanted to show him how great and fun I could be." But the plan backfired. "I was strangely flooded with shame, I couldn't shake the feeling that this whole thing was somehow my fault."
The threesomes contributed to their split, according to the "G.I. Jane" actress, but it was ultimately his alleged affairs that ended the relationship. "Because we had brought in a third party into our relationship, Ashton said, that blurred the lines and, to some extent, justified what he's done," she said after a first woman claimed to have slept with Kutcher in 2010.
Then, a day after their anniversary the following year, Moore got a Google Alert saying "Ashton Kutcher caught cheating," along with a story from a young blonde he hooked up with while celebrating Danny Masterson's bachelor party. "I felt sick to my stomach," she recalled, "Are you f--king kidding me?' is what came out of my mouth when he picked up the phone." She said he admitted it "right away" and they announced their separation shortly after.
Though she had been sober, Moore also wrote that she began drinking beer while she was with Ashton, thinking she had it "under control." Her drinking got worse as the coupled struggled to conceive a child following a miscarriage and her confidence dwindled. "When I went too far, though, [Ashton] let me know how he felt by showing a picture he’d taken of me resting my head on the toilet the night before," she wrote. "It seemed like a good-natured joke at the time. But it was really just shaming."
Before her marriage to Kutcher, Moore was married to Bruce Willis from 1987 to 2000. The couple share daughters Rumer, 31, Scout, 28, and Tallulah, 25. She was also married to musician Freddy Moore from 1980 to 1985.
The "The Ranch" star shares daughter Wyatt, 4, and son Dimitri, 2, with wife Mila Kunis, who he met on the set of "That '70s Show" in 1998.
Representatives for Kutcher have yet to comment on the memoir.