Scott Eastwood, son of Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood and star of the upcoming Nicholas Sparks novel-turned-film The Longest Ride, just dropped a bomb that no one expected. During an interview with Andy Cohen on his show Watch What Happens, Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer was asked if it was ever weird working with Ashton Kutcher, considering that they had both dated the same woman. Cryer dated Demi Moore back in the '80s, while Kutcher was married to her from 2005 to 2013.

While Cryer admitted that it was a little awkward, Eastwood chimed in with the one bit of news that surprised everyone. "If it makes you feel any better, he did sleep with one of my ex-girlfriends. But she was my current girlfriend at the time," he told Cryer.

That incident may have been the catalyst that broke Kutcher's marriage to Moore apart and what probably did Eastwood's relationship in, but it doesn't seem like the hunk is still mad about it though. What with his new movie coming out (The Longest Ride opens in cinemas on April 15) and a career that is burning bright, he probably has better things to think about.

Check out the interview here!

PHOTO: The Longest Ride/20th Century Fox Film Corporation (2015)

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