Mila Kunis has opened up about husband Ashton Kutcher’s previous medical issues.
During a new episode of the web series “Hot Ones,” the 38-year-old actress “fact checked” Kutcher’s previous comments in which he indicated he had given himself “pancreatitis” after drinking too much carrot juice to mimic Steve Jobs’ fruitarian diet for the 2013 film “Jobs.”
While the “Bad Moms” star confirmed her husband’s claims, she said Kutcher, 43, was actually guilty of “downplaying” the situation.
"He was so dumb," Kunis shared. "He also, I think, only ate grapes at one point."
She added: "It's so stupid. We ended up in the hospital twice with pancreatitis. So, fact check, yes, it was really dumb."
Back in 2013, Kutcher discussed the health scare following a screening of "Jobs" at the Sundance Film Festival.
"First of all, the fruitarian diet can lead to, like, severe issues," the actor told USA Today. "I went to the hospital like two days before we started shooting the movie. I was, like, doubled over in pain.”
Last month, Kunis revealed she and Kutcher’s two children have never seen “That ‘70s Show,” the ‘90s sitcom the couple starred in and where they first met.
"Somebody told them that mommy and daddy met on a show, and so our daughter was like, 'What does this mean?'" Kunis told E!. "So we try to explain it to her in the most, like, safe way. I don't know if it registers, I don't even know if she cares. But no, they've never seen it."
Kunis and Kutcher married in 2015 and share daughter Wyatt, 7, and son Dimitri, 4.