Ashton Kutcher, Sara Leal

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When it comes to Ashton Kutcher's rumored bad behavior in San Diego last month, when he supposedly hooked up with 22-year-old Sara Leal, and the slew of tabloid covers that came with it, there's been a lot of, "Well, who really knows?"

Despite the media-driven games of where's-the-ring and are-they-speaking, Kutcher and Demi Moore went about their business, attending Kabbalah services during the Jewish High Holy Days and going camping together just this weekend.

The actors' reps have also remained mum as the mill churned, despite repeated requests for comment.

But now, Leal herself has spoken out on what supposedly happened between her and Kutcher. And, though it doesn't sound as if she'll be tattooing his name on her neck anytime soon, she didn't draw us a pretty picture.

Leal told highest-bidder Us Weekly that a friend was having a party next door on the night she ended up in Kutcher's hotel suite. He was in San Diego the weekend of Sept. 23 with a bunch of male friends.

"He just came up and kissed me," Leal said, adding that they ended up naked in a hot tub with another girl. "I didn't think it was out of the ordinary. I wasn't self-conscious about getting naked."

The other girl in the hot tub asked Kutcher if he was married, according to Leal's account, to which he replied that he was separated.

"Don't Believe the Hype," Kutcher tweeted on Sept. 29 after reports of his alleged encounter with Leal started to leak, along with, "When you ASSUME to know that which you know nothing of you make an ASS out of U and ME."

Well, someone has made an ass out of somebody.

According to Leal, at around 6 a.m. on Sept. 24 (Kutcher and Moore's sixth wedding anniversary, alas), "he lost his towel" and they had sex.

"He was good," Leal said. "It wasn't weird or perverted."

She told Us that she and the Two and a Half Men star talked politics (he asked if she was a Republican, Leal said) and astrology.

Leal said that Kutcher told her, "'I enjoy things like this because I'm an actor 90 percent of the time and it's fake. It's nice to have moments that are real.'"

Kutcher's rep did not immediately return another request for comment about the Us Weekly article.

We have a feeling we'll know a lot more about what's real really soon.

(Originally published Oct. 11, 2011, at 9:20 p.m. PT)

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