Mila Kunis has responded to claims she stole a failed Ukranian pop star’s chicken. Not surprisingly, she denies it. In a video posted to TMZ, Mila questions the timing of the pop star’s claims, since she just dropped a new music video. She even says she may counter-sue, because the video ‘burned her eyes and hurt her body’.
We’ll obviously keep you posted on this important story as more news breaks.
The year was 1990.
The setting: A humble chicken farm in the Ukraine.
Two six-year-old girls, best friends, played together. One had a pet chicken called Doggie. The other coveted the pet chicken with all her heart. Until one day, she committed the perfect crime. She chicken-napped Doggie.
And then, she grew up to be famous Hollywood actress Mila Kunis.
Mila, Mila, Mila. We always thought you were a stand-up gal, and all along, you were a petty chicken thief.
potentially crazy ex-friend Kristina Karo, it’s the truth. The two of them were inseparable in first grade in the Ukraine, and Mila really did steal Kristina’s chicken, allegedly saying “Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm.”
And now, in a dramatic plot twist for the imminent chicken-theft movie, Kristina is suing Mila for $5000 for the emotional stress caused by the incident 25 years ago.
Seems legit. She really liked that chicken.
According to TMZ:
“Years passed, Mila moved to L.A. and became a big star. Kristina also eventually moved to L.A. to pursue a singing career. But the proximity brought back all the bad memories, and Kristina says the visions of Doggie being stolen by her former best friend threw her right back into therapy.”
Our guess is, the lawsuit probably won’t hold up in court. But still. Come on, Mila. Sort out your chicken fight. This is probably the kind of girl America needs to keep:
Someone start writing this screenplay immediately.