According to Page Six, the exes are now fighting over $10 million Moore is technically entitled to from Kutcher's share of his $100 million venture capitol fund. The "jOBS" star made "a lot of money after they were married" and feels Moore is asking for too much.
Kutcher and his business partner, Guy Oseary, recently announced that they were working "towards a private offering based on a valuation of $100 million" for their fund, A-Grade investments, which has invested in tech companies such as Shazam, Foursquare, and Spotify.
Since Ashton owns 20% of the company, Demi could be entitled to half of his share -- $10 million.
An unnamed source tells Page Six that no divorce settlement has been reached, even though the pair has been negotiating for more than a year.
[via Page Six]