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Ashton Kutcher appears in 'Hollywood Ripper' trial

BBC News Thursday, 30 May 2019
Ashton Kutcher appears in 'Hollywood Ripper' trialThe actor says he was "freaking out" when he learned his date had been murdered, stabbed 47 times.
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News video: Ashton Kutcher To Testify Wednesday In 'Hollywood Ripper' Trial

Ashton Kutcher To Testify Wednesday In 'Hollywood Ripper' Trial 01:31

Actor Ashton Kutcher is scheduled to testify Wednesday morning in downtown Los Angeles in the ongoing trial of the serial killing suspect known as the “Hollywood Ripper,” who is accused of brutally murdering three women, one whom was dating Kutcher when she was killed back in 2001. Kara Finnstrom...

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