Mila Kunis being sued for allegedly 'stealing' a chicken as a child Published April 22, 2015 FoxNews.com
Kristina Karo who claims she grew up with Kunis in the Ukraine, alleges that when they were around five they would play with her beloved chicken named Doggie.
According to the lawsuit, Karo adored the chicken, as did Kunis, who would come over to play with the it. But when the chicken suddenly disappeared Karo says that Kunis ‘fessed up to the chicken theft telling her, “Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm.”
But Karo claims she could not get over the loss and became an “emotional wreck,” who required therapy to get over Doggie’s disappearance.
The lawsuit adds Karo felt the loss so intensely that when she eventually moved to L.A. to pursue a singing career, being so near to the “Ted” actress brought back terrible memories of her dear chicken and she needed further treatment.
Naturally, Karo is seeking damages to the tune of $5,000 to cover her therapy costs and compensation for the emotional trauma of losing a chicken as a young child.