Demi Moore

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The last week has been a rough one, we're sure, on Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher.

Once again, the Kutchers are making headlines for rumors of infidelity on Ashton's part. Of course, cheating chitchat is par for the course for many celebrity couples, so that's not what's got us worried.

‘Cause while Ash took to Twitter to coyly deny the rumors, we are thinking Demi may be commenting too, just without actually saying anything. Could this cougar be tweeting us the truth?

Sign No. 1: Demi is tweeting up a storm.

So it's not too strange that the Twitter-friendly wifey has taken to 140 characters to channel, well, whatever she's channeling. But must admit: She's spouting off some seriously cryptic stuff.

Like: "'ve got your own back" accompanied by a topless pic of her back in the bathroom mirror. Could it be a sexy cry for attention? Or is this a sign that she may be on her own soon? We're not sure exactly what Mrs. Kutcher meant, but, we're certain it's something serious.

And then there was this one: "When we are offended at any man's fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings. Then you will forget your anger." Yikes, could this be the tweeting of a scorned woman? Sounds like Demi may be in need of a little (or a lot of) soul searching.

Sign No. 2: Demi's practically disappearing.

Demi's known for her gorgeous bod (and has never been afraid to show it off either), but when she hit the red carpet for her new Lifetime film Five she looked stick thin. Sure, Demi's blabbed about weirdo diets and whatnot before, but she's never looked so skeletal.

Instead of looking like she's munched on a burger anytime recently, Demi looks like something's eating her. We're literally seeing less of Moore.

Guess we'll have to keep our eyes on D's Twitter feed and ever-shrinking waistline to see where this story goes next…

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