'Mila Kunis Stole My Chicken': Alleged Childhood Friend

Mila Kunis has gone from being a "Black Swan" to an accused chicken thief.

Kristina Karo, a singer from Ukraine who claims she was a childhood friend of the actress is alleging that Kunis stole her beloved pet chicken, named "Doggie," back when they were first-graders 25 years ago.

Karo has filed a small claims suit in Los Angeles, asking Kunis for $5,000 for the emotional distress the actress allegedly caused by stealing the chicken, TMZ reports.

"[Doggie] was very smart and unique," Karo told TMZ Live, and repeatedly mixing up the gender of the alleged pet chicken. "She would bring ball back. Call him, he came. All these things you wouldn't think a chicken would know how to do." When asked about the gender, she said it "was not something she could go into."

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Karo said "Doggie" went missing one day and claims Kunis confessed to the crime, saying the actress told her, "Kristina, you can have any other chicken as a pet, you have a whole chicken farm."

Karo apparently got over Doggie's disappearance. That is, until she moved to Los Angeles a few years back to attempt a singing career.

"I saw [Kunis] and these memories came rushing in," she told TMZ Live. "I wish to know if [Doggie's] alive or in chicken heaven."

Kunis hasn't actually been served with the lawsuit, but she and boyfriend Ashton Kutcher think Karo's allegations are "clucked up."

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The couple released a video to TMZ addressing the "Chick-Mil-A" scandal, where Kunis declares herself a "chicken advocate," who "would never steal someone else's chicken."

Kutcher said he doesn't trust Karo's timeline because he says the singer has claimed to be much younger than Kunis, 31.

Karo's publicist, Zack Teperman, insists his client is the same age as Kunis, but says she has sarcastically claimed to be 19 in previous interviews.

Kunis suggests Karo may have made up the alleged chicken theft since the alleged lawsuit comes at a time when Karo is trying to promote a new song, "Give Me Green Card."

“I would like to launch a counter $5,000 lawsuit for making me watch your video shamelessly," she said in the video. "My body hurts. My eyes hurt. They’re burning. That requires money.”

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