They're finally seeing eye to eye on something.
Last week, Ashton Kutcher sought to shut down the porn purveyors at Vivid Entertainment from using his name to market a sex tape starring his alleged mistress—even though he's not in any of the footage. Now, the woman herself wants to pull the plug.
And it has nothing to do with Kutcher.
This morning, attorneys for Brittney Jones fired off a cease-and-desist letter to Vivid proclaiming that she is "the sole and exclusive owner of the video" and that "any dissemination of the video by Vivid will cause her substantial emotional distress for which she will hold Vivid responsible."
In other words, she'll sue Vivid's pants off.
The tape, which Vivid claims to have obtained through a third party, stars the21-year-old Jones. She made headlines last month when she claimed in a tabloid interview that she had sex with Kutcher while Demi Moore was out of town. The Hollywood hunk denied the allegation, calling the story a "defamation of character."
Kutcher isn't in the sex tape, but that didn't stop Vivid from featuring his name on the press release, which is what prompted his lawyers to send their own threatening missive.
Vivid CEO Steven Hirsch isn't backing down just yet.
"Although we remain comfortable with our legal position in releasing Brittney Jones Confidential I look forward to speaking to her directly and resolving any issues she has," he tells E! News. "Her attorneys know that we are seeking a meeting as quickly as possible."