Ashton Kutcher was recently mired in a cheating controversy when a tabloid published a story about him and his alleged "other" woman. The article, titled "Hey, Ashton! Who's the girl?" was supported by photos of the actor alongside a brunette woman. According to the story published by Star Magazine, the photos were taken at a Los Angeles airport on June 26. It further claimed that the "Love Actually" alum boarded his private jet with his mystery woman.

Allegations of cheating on Demi, Mila

The gossip tabloid went on and mentioned Ashton Kutcher's previous cheating rumors.

Star Magazine also cited their previous report claiming that the actor and his wife, Mila Kunis, are reportedly going through a rough patch in their marriage. "Not to mention reports that Ashton allegedly cheated on ex-wife Demi Moore with two girls in a hot tub at the San Diego Hard Rock Hotel on their sixth anniversary," the publication wrote.

The "Just Married" actor and "Rough Night" actress announced they were filing for divorce in the same year the rumors were brought to life. The former celebrity couple has formalized their separation two years on. Despite the turnabout in their marriage, Ashton Kutcher has always been consistent in denying that he cheated on his then-wife.

"Character comes out when those magazines tear you apart for something you may or may not have done and you gotta go out and perform tomorrow, with everyone looking at you like you might be an adulterer," the actor said in a speech.

Ashton shuts down cheating allegations

In the wake of his rocky marriage with Demi Moore, the Hollywood actor fired back at Star Magazine for trying to defame his character. Seven years later, the father of two is still sparring with the same gossip tabloid over the same issue -- cheating. But this time, Ashton Kutcher fired back to shut down the publication and their false claims.

“You should have heard how upset Mila was that I spent the day with our cousin. Sorry, Aunt Jodie, these magazines lack integrity," he said on social media. "If we're going to fight battles they might as well be the ones to change the world."

Aside from allegations of cheating on Mila Kunis, the 39-year-old actor was recently criticized for his post about gender equality in the workplace.

On Wednesday, Ashton Kutcher announced his plan to hold a live broadcast to talk about the issue. The male celebrity drew flak after sharing his set of questions for the Q&A session.

After receiving a surge of hate comments from his Twitter followers, the actor apologized and acknowledged that he has offended some people "by asking the wrong questions" for his live dialogue.