Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis made their first public appearance weeks after voicing their concern over getting cancelled over supporting the now-convicted rapist, Danny Masterson.
Reclaiming the streets of LA, Kunis, 40, and Kutcher, 45, were pictured reclaiming the streets of LA as they walked hand-in-hand after wrapping up their date night, according to People.
As they exited the West Hollywood-area comedy club and music venue Largo, the married couple looked preoccupied in conversation.
The Two and a Half Men successor donned a brown coat over his neon green Lucky Charms T-shirt, his one hand in his jeans pocket while the other intertwined with Kunis’, as he spoke to her.
Meanwhile, the Black Swan actress mirrored husband-of-eight-years’ body language by slipping her free hand into the pocket of her olive-green matching set that she paired with white sneakers.
The on-screen-turned-real-life couple was recently the subject of massive backlash for writing letters of support for their That ‘70s Show co-star, Masterson, who was being tried for multiple counts of rape and sexual harassment at the time.
The twosome, who share eight-year-old daughter Wyatt Isabelle and six-year-old son Dimitri Portwood, swiftly did some damage control by issuing a public apology and Kutcher stepping down from the board of the anti-sex abuse organization, Thorn.
But it was too little, too late, forcing the couple to keep a low profile over the next few weeks.
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