Details profiles Hollywood's leading philanthropy broker, Trevor Neilson, the man who helped pair Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore with their cause--fighting child-sex-slave trafficking in the US.
Kutcher is getting emotional. He's talking about pimps raping 13-year-old girls. "It's an uncomfortable issue," he says, his voice laced with anger and frustration. "Trust me. When we're sitting down with our girls at the dinner table talking about human trafficking, it's awkward. But our children need to know about it."
When he's finished, Moore puts a comforting hand on his back and mouths, "Good job."
Gray notes the actor also hid behind his charity (quite literally) while promoting 'Killers,' a movie described by the New York Times as 'brain-deadening':
A personal charity is also helpful, as in the case of Kutcher and Moore, in deflecting negative press. The foundation's first media blitz appeared a month ahead of the critically panned Killers, starring Kutcher (at the premiere, he held up a Real Men Don't Buy Girls poster, almost like a shield).
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