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Is David Duchovny putting the moves on Demi Moore weeks after checking out of sex addiction rehab and announcing his separation from wife Tea Leoni?! Yes, but only on the big screen!
No worries, Demi Moore remains happily married to her husband of 3 years, Ashton Kutcher. Demi and David star together in the upcoming flick "The Joneses," where a seemingly perfect family with a secret moves into a suburban neighborhood. Shooting began this month in Atlanta.
In response to rumors that Téa Leoni's separation from David Duchovny after 11 years of marriage was because she was having an affair with Billy Bob Thornton, Thornton's rep tells "Extra," "Billy and Téa are just friends. They recently completed shooting a film together ("Manure").
Duchovny entered rehab in August seeking treatment for sex addiction. Yesterday, his rep told People that he and Tea have been separated "for several months."
David Duchovny and Tea Leoni said today they have been separated for quite some time, telling "Extra" that "In light of continuous speculation over the lives and marriage of Tea Leoni and David Duchovny, the couple has confirmed that they have in fact been separated for "several months."
The statement continues, "The couple had hoped to keep this separation private for the sake of their children."
David, 48, entered rehab in August, seeking treatment for sex addiction. A Duchovny pal has denied the "Californication" star was having an affair -- and said he was fighting an addiction to online porn.
MomLogic.com's Dr. Shannon Fox says this type of addiction gets progressively worse until treated. "Like with any addiction, sex addiction is progressive," says Fox. "The things that used to satisfy them are no longer satisfying."
David has been married to Tea for 11 years, and they have two kids -- daughter Madelaine, 9, and son Kyd, 6.
David Duchovny recently entered a facility to treat a sex addiction problem, but was the actor getting some "Californication" on the side? That's false!
According to FOX News, a Duchovny pal says the "X Files" star sought help for his addiction to online porn -- and it didn't have anything to do with cheating on wife Téa Leoni. Keep Reading...