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Mila Kunis has responded to the bizarre lawsuit that her alleged former childhood friend from Ukraine filed, claiming she stole her chicken named Doggie over two decades ago. Kunis and her husband Ashton Kutcher made a video mocking the lawsuit, during which she jokes she was “devastated,” “weeping,” and “dumbfounded” when she found out about it. As we previously reported, in a shameless publicity stunt, aspiring singer Kristina Karo sued Kunis for $5,000 for emotional distress to cover her therapy costs. USA Today notes in the video, Kutcher scolds the media for not fact-checking the lawsuit, which would make Karo 1-month-old when the supposed chicken was stolen from her. He then asked Kunis if she was served papers and she replied, “No. But, emotionally, I've been served,” adding, “I would like to launch a counter $5,000 lawsuit for sitting there making me watch your music video!" image via Peter West/ACE/INFphoto.com