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.
"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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