Mila Kunis accused of chicken theft
Mila Kunis has been accused of stealing her childhood friend's chicken.
Kristina Karo has filed a lawsuit against her former pal - who she claims she was "inseparable" from during their first year at school in the Ukraine - in which she claims the 'Black Swan' actress was responsible for the disappearance of her beloved pet Doggie.
According to TMZ, Kristina claims in her lawsuit she loved the chicken like a dog, as did Mila, who would come to her house to play with the fowl.
And when he suddenly disappeared, the woman claims her now-famous friend confessed to stealing him and told her: "Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm."
Kristina claims the loss of Doggie caused her to become an "emotional wreck" who needed therapy and, when she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a singing career, the close proximity to the 'Jupiter Ascending' star brought back the bad memories of losing her chicken and she needed further treatment.
Kristina - who claims Mila's conduct has prevented her from pursuing the American dream - is seeking $5,000 to cover her therapy costs and as compensation for her emotional distress.