Mila Kunis Says She "F**ked Up", Is To Blame For "Horrible Breakup" With Macaulay Culkin

The actress spilled all the tea in a raw new interview.

Mila Kunis has opened up about the demise of her eight-year relationship with former child star Macaulay Culkin in what she described as a “horrible, horrible breakup”.

In a revealing interview with Dax Shepherd for his podcast, Armchair Expert, the 34-year-old reflected on the way the relationship ended, saying she was to solely to blame for their tumultuous breakup.

“I fucked up. I was an asshole in my 20s and I’ll be the first to admit it. And that’s something that took me a long time to come out and be like, ‘Yeah, you know what? I was a dick,’ and accept it and I own it,” she confessed.

"It’s fucked up what I did,” she continued. "And it’s fucked up how I did it. When I got to be single I said, I just need to figure myself out. I genuinely need to know why I did what I did and, like, regroup myself as a human being.”

While the actress didn’t specify how exactly she “fucked up,” she told Shepherd that over time she's forgiven herself for her actions.

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"You know, it's been so long, like I feel like enough time has gone by," the mum-of-two said about the break-up. "I think enough mutual friends have been like… everybody kind of forgave everybody for what went down. At 35, I could look back and be like, 'I was 20'."

Kunis and Culkin began dating when Kunis was just 19-years-old before calling it quits in 2010. These days, she's happily married to former That ‘70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher, and the couple have two kids, Wyatt, 3, and 1-year-old son Dimitri, while Culkin is currently dating Disney star Brenda Song.

Culkin also recently opened up about relationships with Anna Faris on her Unqualified podcast, saying, “I’m with a lady right now and she is so good to me... She just does nice things, and I feel like at first, I didn’t know how to be treated well in that kind of way. It was a strange, almost foreign concept. So that kind of thing, I realised it is important to me.”

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