EXCLUSIVE: Going Hollywood! Barack Obama seen jetting off from LA on Ashton Kutcher’s private jet as the former president continues to add to his collection of ‘A List’ pals
- Obama was photographed getting onto a jet at Van Nuys airport in north LA
- He was with a security detail and brought to the aircraft in a motorcade
- The jet he was getting onto is allegedly owned by Ashton Kutcher
He was seen with various members of his security detail boarding the plane at Van Nuys airport at around 6.30pm.
Obama was dressed in a suit and carried a drink in his hand while heading up the stairs from a motorcade consisting of a number of vehicles.
He has various celebrity friends and has been seen using Steven Spielberg‘s jet in the past.
Obama may have been in LA to visit his two daughters, Sasha and Malia, who both live in the southern California city.
Obama was photographed getting on Ashton Kutcher’s jet on Thursday evening
Former President Barack Obama was followed by a number of members of his team
He and other members of his detail were seen gathered by the staircase to the jet
Van Nuys Airport is a public airport in north Los Angeles.
Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis bumped into Leonardo DiCaprio at the airport last year following a trip to the Bahamas
DiCaprio, who was waiting to board his own private jet, bumped fists with Kunis before exchanging what looked like a few friendly words with her.
The three meeting up at a private jet terminal struck an ironic note as all of them are noted for their vocal support of ecological issues.
More than five years ago Kutcher invested in BlackJet, an on-demand private jet startup with others including Jay Z, Will Smith and Marc Benioff. It went out of business in 2016.
Its not clear if Kutcher owns the jet Obama was boarding or if it was chartered.
The former president was followed by a men carrying his bags on his behalf
Obama had what looked like a coffee in his right hand as he climbed into the plane
Its not clear if Kutcher owns the jet Obama was boarding or if it was chartered