Jon Cryer: Did not lose my virginity to Demi Moore as bombshell memoir says

Demi Moore is making waves with her new tell-all book “Inside Out.”

One of the revelations from her new book to receive the most attention is her claim that she took the virginity of Jon Cryer, star of “Two and a Half Men.”

(Screenshot from “No Small Affairs”)

An excerpt was published in People where Moore, 56, said she took Cryer’s virginity while they were filming the 1984 movie “No Small Affair.”

“I played a young nightclub singer, and Jon Cryer played the nineteen-year-old photographer who falls in love with her, in his first movie role,” Moore wrote. “Jon fell for me in real life, too, and lost his virginity to me while we were making that movie.”

Cryer, 54, responded on Twitter by saying Moore was mistaken in thinking he was a virgin at the time — though he understands why she would think that.

“Well, the good thing about this is she doesn’t have to feel bad about it anymore, because while I’m sure she was totally justified making that assumption based on my skill level (and the stunned look on my face at the time), I had actually lost my virginity in high school,” Cryer tweeted.

“But she’s right the other part, I was over the moon for her during a very troubled time in her life,” the actor added. “I have nothing but affection for her and not a regret in the world.”

The Cryer claim is just one of many shocking tales in Moore’s new memoir. She also details sexual abuse she faced as a teenager and gives a peek behind the curtain of her previous rocky marriage to Ashton Kutcher, who would eventually star opposite Cryer in “Two and a Half Men.”

Moore and Kutcher were married from 2005 to 2013, and Kutcher is 15 years Moore’s junior, a fact that gained plenty of media attention when the two first publicly connected.

Moore claims in her book that Kutcher was not faithful during their marriage and defended his infidelity by using threesomes he convinced his wife to have as an excuse. Moore said in “Inside Out” that she regrets the threesomes.

Kutcher seemed to respond to the claims in recent tweets where he told fans to text him for the truth. The actor and entrepreneur is now married to his “That ’70s Show” co-star Mila Kunis. They share two children.

“I was about to push the button on a really snarky tweet. Then I saw my son, daughter, and wife and I deleted it,” Kutcher tweeted in the midst of headlines about his marriage to Moore.

“For truth text me. +1 (319) 519-0576,” he added.

Some fans responded by taking pictures of the text they got back after messaging the number given by the actor. They received an auto-text with a promise that Kutcher will try to get back to them. Tweeting out the phone number is nothing new for Kutcher. He previously put it out saying he misses having a “real connection” with people in today’s digital world, but the number appears to be little more than a marketing tactic.

Rumer Willis, daughter of Moore and Bruce Willis, responded to her mother’s explosive memoir with a message of support.

Asked by The Wall Street Journal if she found the book’s content surprising, she responded, “I don’t know if I would use the word surprising. It’s more like… When a whole picture of someone’s life is painted—it made so much sense, to see her whole childhood detailed. It was like having a bunch of puzzle pieces put together.”

Willis has followed in her parents’ footsteps and become an actress, appearing in films like “Sorority Row” and “The House Bunny.” She also won a season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

She continued, “Whenever your parents say something like, ‘I was your age once and blah blah blah,’ when you’re younger you go, ‘Yeah, but you don’t really understand.’ It’s hard to imagine your parents as kids.”

She said the book helps her understand her mother’s life and struggles better.

“I feel like I’ve had the privilege to see all sides of my mom,” she said. “But I feel like one of the most beautiful parts of her writing this book is everyone who has been a fan of hers or who has loved her for so long will get to see all of those pieces, to see this vulnerable and very beautiful and sometimes intense side that they may not have seen before.”

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