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MERE WEEKS after returning from rehab, Demi Moore has made a shocking return to Twitter – posting images of herself, fully clothed. The Hollywood actress, 49, has been on temporary leave from the social networking site since January, when she collapsed and was rushed to hospital after reportedly inhaling Wal-Mart whip-its. A month-long stint in a Utah rehab clinic was followed by a sojourn at posh Caribbean resort Parrot Cay and the keeping of a low profile ever since.
But last night the star made a tentative foray back into the Twittersphere, where she and cheating ex Ashton Kutcher once touchingly played out their relationship before 4.9 million strangers, posting pics of one another in pants, in bed and exchanging impenetrable messages of woe following their break-up last November.

Bizarrely, Moore has chosen to keep her @mrskutcher Twitter handle but, this time, there are no buttocks in sight.

The photo, posted under the caption ‘Testing…’ shows Moore prone on her bed in black boots, thick-rimmed specs and (whisper it) trousers. Minute15 wonders what she is testing. Clothes?

Meanwhile her cheating ex Kutcher, 34 – who has handed his Twitter account to management after blundering stupidly into a row over a US football sex scandal – has been keeping less of a low profile.

The Two and A Half Men actor has been variously linked with Rihanna, playwright Lorene Scafaria and, only this week, his former flame (and Macaulay Culkin ex) Mila Kunis, 28.

The two co-starred as a couple on Fox sitcom That 70’s Show and were seen enjoying a date at an LA sushi joint. Although a friend of Kunis has since she would “never ever”.

Published Date: Sunday, April 22nd, 2012 | 06:17 AM

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