Was Ashton Kutcher Caught Canoodling at Madeo?

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"Ashton, you got some 'splainin' to do!" Photo: David Shankbone via Flickr

No doubt punking your celebrity friends brings a surplus of bad karma, but it's hard to believe Ashton Kutcher could be stupid enough to stray from Cougartown in public and kiss a non-Demi dame at Madeo. Nonetheless, that's what Star Magazine reports today, claiming a confidential eyewitness informant spotted the Kutch with some new hooch, pinning a twenty-something against the wall at the Beverly Hills Italian restaurant and kissing her. Kutcher is now asking Dude, Where's My Lawyer and defending himself on Twitter. The star writes, "I think Star magazine calling me a "cheater" qualifies as defamation of character. I hope my lawyer agrees." While we drink in a little Hollywood scandal over lunch, check out where else celebs, both currently in and out of commitments, have been eating in L.A. this past week.

Café Luxxe: Brooke Sheilds nursed a damaged paw over dinner in Brentwood. [People]

Chateau Marmot
: Married funny people Emily Blunt and John Krasinski had dinner on the patio, reportedly looking all "super-cute" and stuff. [People]

Chili's: Kim Kardashian stopped in for a bite. [Monsters and Critics]
Katsuya: Neil Patrick Harris and his boyfriend went out for dinner. [Contact Music]

Katsuya: Mel "Scary Spice" B and her husband had a dinner date. [Daily Mail UK]


Katsuya
: Hayden Christensen had dinner while celebrating the success of his new film. [Celebrity Gossip]

Madeo: Ashton Kutcher was reportedly spotted kissing another woman. [Fox News Entertainment]

Madeo: Salmita Hayek had dinner on Monday night, with at least two of her friends. [Gossip Center]

Restaurant at The Sunset Marquis: Taylor Spreitler, Melissa Joan Hart, and Joey Lawrence collided at the 2010 Entertainment Weekly and Women In Film Pre-Emmy party. [Just Jared Jr.]

Umami Burger Santa Monica: Former MTV and current ESPN reporter Chris Connelly had lunch with a friend, while Andre Royo walked through holding his child's hand. [Grub Street]