Update April 22, 2015

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Mila Kunis sued by childhood friend for stealing a chicken

Mirajul Moin Joy

'Singer' Kristina Karo (right) says she and Mila Kunis (left) were inseparable in first grade, but that the actress was jealous of her pet chicken 'Doggie' and stole the hen

‘Singer’ Kristina Karo (right) says she and Mila Kunis (left) were inseparable in first grade, but that the actress was jealous of her pet chicken ‘Doggie’ and stole the hen

Nirapad News : Mila Kunis is being sued by a Ukrainian wannabe singer who claims the Hollywood actress ‘stole her pet chicken’ as children.
Kristina Karo alleges that she was a classmate of Ms Kunis, 31, who moved to the U.S. from Ukraine in 1991, and that the pair were ‘inseparable’ growing up.
Karo, now living in Los Angeles, claims a seven-year-old Ms Kunis had been ‘envious’ of her pet hen, and that 25 years ago, she stole it from her.
In her lawsuit, Karo states that Ms Kunis would come over to the chicken farm in north-west Ukraine where she lived, and play with the hen, called ‘Doggie’, TMZ reports.
She alleges that when ‘Doggie’ disappeared, Ms Kunis confessed to the crime and told her ‘Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm’, the website states.
Karo, who has moved to Los Angeles in the hopes of launching a career as a singer, says the theft of her pet chicken traumatised her and forced her to see a therapist.
She claims that being in close proximity to Ms Kunis, who lives in Hollywood with partner Ashton Kutcher and daughter Wyatt, has ‘brought back all the bad memories’ and she now needs therapy again.
Karo, whose song Give Me Green Card has more than 70,000 views on YouTube, is suing the actress Kunis for $5,000 for emotional distress and to cover her therapy bills.
She also claims the theft of ‘Doggie’ 25 years ago has ‘prevented her from pursuing the American dream’, according to TMZ.
Interestingly enough, Karo’s self-penned online bio describes her as being ‘born and raised in the small village Berezhnytsia’, which is a three hour drive – and more than 100miles away -from Chernivtsi, where Mila Kunis lived before moving to the U.S. aged seven.

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