Let's get one thing straight: Ashton Kutcher does NOT co-star in Brittney Jones Confidential, the sex tape his alleged mistress is set to release on December 14.
But that doesn't mean the actor is happy with the existence of the video, especially because Vivid Entertainment is referencing Kutcher and Jones' allegation in its marketing of the amateur adult movie.
Don't worry, Ashton. Brittney's film can't make you look any worse than Killers did.
In a Vivid press releasing touting the sex tape, the company writes "Ashton's fans will undoubtedly enjoy seeing what the star himself may have experienced."
Hilarious? Yes. Illegal because it uses the star's name to sell the porn? Probably, argues Kutcher's legal team.In a letter sent to Vivid, Ashton's lawyers claim those behind the release are infringing on the actor's "marketable celebrity identity value." We're pretty sure he killed that himself with Killers, though.
These attorneys are threatening to take action unless Vivid stops using their client's name in association with Brittney Jones.