Mila Kunis: Kristina Karo Drops Bizarre Chicken Suit

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Mila Kunis may have just dodged a bullet. Internet sensation and emotionally-fragile singer Kristina Karo has found it in her heart to forgive Kunis for allegedly stealing her pet chicken years ago.

Mila Kunis, as you may know, lived in Ukraine as a child. It is during this time that Kristina Karo alleges that Kunis stole her pet chicken, which was named "Doggie."

Karo had sued Kunis in Small Claims Court in Los Angeles for $5,000 to cover therapy sessions "due to isolation for the loss of her chicken pet 'Doggie.'" Karo claimed that "upon arriving in the US and seeing [Kunis] in person, more therapy was needed due to emotional abuse."

But now Kristina Karo has decided to be the bigger person and drop her lawsuit.

"I've learned to forgive in my heart the people who have wronged me, like Mila," Karo told TMZ. "There is only one judge and that is God. I pray for her soul and the soul of Doggie, that he was found peace finally in chicken heaven."

Mila Kunis is probably counting her blessings this very day.

Of course, there are a few other details that should be understood, just for posterity, since the lawsuit is now dropped.

For starters, the time period that Karo alleges Mila Kunis stole her chicken would have meant that Karo was only one month old. In her story, she says she spoke to Kunis.

Ashton Kutcher found this story to be less-than-believable. In a comical video he posted, Kutcher interrogated his wife about the charges against her.

"Let's just get this clear: you stole a chicken from a one-month-old child who spoke to you in an entire conversation? It's just shocking to me. Not only did she have a conversation at one-month old in Ukraine, she was speaking English! This is the smartest girl I've ever heard of!"

Kunis responded, tongue in cheek.

"I was devastated. I was weeping. I was dumbfounded. I was like, 'Which chicken did I steal?' Because I was obviously in the village when I stole these chickens. So I apologize to this woman who was maybe or maybe not a month old."

As Kutcher pointed out Karo had just released a music video online and may or may not have been hoping to garner attention for it. Mila Kunis watched the video and said she now felt she needed to file a counter-suit against Karo.

"But emotionally I feel served. I would like to launch a counter $5,000 lawsuit for making me sit there and watch your music video, shamelessly. My body hurts. My eyes hurt, they're burning. That requires money."

It's a good thing this whole mess ended without a huge court battle for Mila Kunis. Here is Kristina Karo's video, in case anyone else wants a reason to file a lawsuit.

Mike Tuttle
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