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Stolen chickens and lawsuits.

If you're not familiar with the name, Mila Kunis is a beautiful, sorta-talented Hollywood actress. She immigrated to the U.S. from the Ukraine as a little kid and has since hit it big. Another Ukrainian girl, Kristina Caro, moved here--at least temporarily--and she recently filed a lawsuit against Miss Kunis. She's seeking damages including $5,000 for psychiatric treatment and emotional distress resulting from, she claims, Mila having stolen her pet chicken named "Doggie" back in the Ukraine when they were neighbors some 25 years ago.

Caro claims Kunis loved her little chicken so much she'd come over to play with it all the time. Then the unthinkable happened: The chicken disappeared. Caro says Kunis more or less confessed to the theft, but told Caro, "Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet; you have a whole chicken farm!" Shortly after that, seven-year-old Kunis and her family immigrated to America, where a theatrical agent soon spotted Mila and her Hollywood career kicked off. Meanwhile, Kristina Caro languished in Ukraine at her family's chicken farm, mourning the loss of her chicken Doggie. Now, she says, Mila's gotta pay!


The lawsuit is filed in a California court, so who knows what's gonna happen? In California, the presumably dead chicken, speaking through a crystalgazing medium, could get its own lawyer and sue 'em both.

I just watched a video of Kristina Caro singing and dancing. More accurately, I saw her attempting to sing and trying to dance. I think she just needs the money. Her song, by the way, is "Give Me Green Card." I hope they don't. But if she does get to stay, I have a word of advice for her: Trim the nose hair, kid. Or stay away from close-ups.

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