Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher finally settle divorce

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ACTRESS Demi Moore and her former “toy boy” husband Ashton Kutcher have ­finally agreed to settle their divorce ­battle two years after they separated.

The couple had been warring ever since they split up in November 2011 but the New York Post reveals they have signed ­divorce paperwork and could file the legal documents as soon as next week.

“Ashton and Demi have finally signed their divorce agreement,” a source close to the couple told the Post. “They are about to file paperwork with the court that will formally end their marriage.”

It marks an end to a bitter chapter. The pair had apparently been fighting over money. Kutcher, 35, became the highest-paid actor on TV when he joined the cast of “Two and a Half Men” and Demi, 50, is reportedly worth $150 million herself, but wanted spousal support.

Cougar Demi has reportedly been dating a new younger man, Will Hanigan, 30.

Explained an insider of the dragged-out legal talks: “There had been lengthy negotiations between lawyers for both sides about the financial settlement — in particular, how much he owed her from their marriage.”

The source added, “They have finally come to an agreement that was acceptable to all sides.”

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