The Kabbalah wedding of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher marriage was “not a legal union,” according to a lawsuit filed earlier this year.
The suit, brought by one Marc Aisen, was uncovered by RadarOnline and accuses Kutcher, Moore, Madonna and other Kabbalah members of racketeering and “conspiracy to engage in a pattern of racketeering activity.”
Filed on March 29th, it states:
“Mr. Kutcher made a media circus out of his Kabbalah wedding to actress and hardcore Kabbalah cult member, Demi Moore, who is a longtime friend of the defendant Ms. Ciccone. As the ‘First Couple’ of organized Kabbalah, the ‘wedding’ presided over by defendant and alleged fraudster, Yehuda Berg — which I am pointing out again was not a private family affair, as all parties used it as a publicity stunt and invited media attention — was not a legal union, nor is the marriage according to California law. Nor is the myth that there is such a thing as a traditional Kabbalah wedding as I can’t seem to find evidence in any book that such a ceremony was ever performed in history. It was a way to put a glamorous face on the weird witches which is antisocial in their every manifestation.”
In short, it suggests that as there is no such thing as a Kabbalah wedding, Moore and Kutcher remain technically unmarried.
However, the roots of the case run deeper. It appears Aisen – who is representing himself – designed a $500 necklace for Madonna, on the proviso that she credit him when she wore it. Aisen claims Madge was photographed wearing said jewelry, but failed to give credit.
In his bid for revenge over the necklace snub, Aisen (who is not a Kabbalah follower, but Jewish) began researching Kabbalah and found:
“[...] the Kabbalah Centre is actually a militant and fanatical cult behind which is a racketeering conspiracy.”
And bingo, one lawsuit questioning just how legally binding the Kutcher/Moore union is.