Mila Kunis Sued For Alleged Chicken Stealing, Tries To Set The Record Straight

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Mila Kunis is known for a lot of things – her sultry beauty, her acting talent, her marriage to Ashton Kutcher - and for stealing a chicken.

Wait, what?

The Jupiter Ascending actress is being accused of allegedly stealing someone’s pet chicken.

Singer Kristina Karo claims that she and Kunis were “inseparable” friends when they were attending first grade in the Ukraine. Kunis would always come over to her farm and play with her and her beloved pet chicken Doggie.

The aspiring singer said that her pet chicken disappeared one day and Kunis confessed to the dastardly deed.

"Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm,” Kunis allegedly told her.

The incident caused her to become an “emotional wreck” and she had to undergo therapy for it.

But moving to the US to pursue a singing career has put the “Give Me Green Card” singer in close proximity to Kunis, reviving horrible memories of her loss and prompting her to resume some much needed therapy.

She’s now suing the That 70’s Show star for $5,000 as compensation for the emotional toll of her lost chicken and to cover her therapy bills.

In the meantime, Kunis appears to be taking the allegation of chicken-stealing in stride. Oz’ Theodora said that she hasn’t been served any papers regarding the lawsuit. She and her husband also took to Meerkat to air her side.

When asked about the lawsuit, Kutcher said that "It's shocking to me that news organizations, real journalists out there that have fact-checked this story didn't pick up on the fact that this girl was one month old and having a conversation with you from Ukraine."

Based on Karo’s online biography and Kunis’ age, the wannabe green card holder was just about one-month-old at the time she claims her chicken was stolen. The village she grew up in is also more than 400 kilometers from where Kunis was raised.

Val Powell

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