Kutcher, who also has stakes in Spotify, Airbnb and Foursquare, according to Crunchbase, came out in apparent support of executive Emil Michael, who said at a dinner last week that he could get a team to "look into" the private lives of journalists who write about the company.
Today it emerged that one of the company's executives had tracked a journalist's movements during one of her Uber rides using an internal tool called "God View".
But today Kutcher took to Twitter to show his support for the company.
Rumors span the globe before anyone has an opportunity to defend them selves.— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) November 19, 2014
So as long as journalist are interested and willing to print half truths as facts... Yes we should question the source.— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) November 19, 2014