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Ashton Kutcher 'freaking out' after date found slain, Los Angeles court told

Reuters Wednesday, 29 May 2019
Actor Ashton Kutcher told a Los Angeles jury on Wednesday that he was "freaking out" after learning that a young woman was found dead in Hollywood the day after he called at her home for a date.
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News video: Ashton Kutcher Testifies Against Against Murderer In Court

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According to ExtraTV.com, "Actor Ashton Kutcher took the stand Wednesday in the trial of so-called “Hollywood Ripper” Michael Gargiulo, who allegedly murdered Kutcher's friend Ashley Ellerin in 2001. Ashton and Ashley were set to attend a Grammy party in L.A. together the night she was killed."...

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