The White House switchboard must have been lighting up Wednesday with press inquiries into Ashton Kutcher’s incriminating comments about the Bush twins, Barbara and Jenna, in the current issue of Rolling Stone.
In all cases, it is being reported, the First Family had no comment.
As for Kutcher’s comments in the cover story (the cover picture has him holding up his shirt, revealing a smooth chest, tight stomach and low-slung jeans), the TV star, 25, claims that at a party about a year and a half ago, he and the young Bushes — accompanied by a Secret Service agent — returned to his place afterward.
“The Bushes were underage-drinking at my house. When I checked outside, one of the Secret Service guys asked me if they’d be spending the night. I said no,” said Kutcher.
“And then I go upstairs to see another friend, and I can smell the green wafting out under his door. I open the door, and there he is, smoking out the Bush twins on his hookah.” (“Green” is a popular euphemism for marijuana.)
According to USA Today, the shaggy haired star of MTV’s “Punk’d” and FOX’s “That ’70s Show” was not apologetic for his remarks to Rolling Stone, because in the article “he didn’t say what was being smoked or who was doing the smoking,” says spokeswoman Leslie Sloane Zelnik.
However, Kutcher does tell Rolling Stone that he believes the Secret Service has been tapping his phone lines ever since the incident.