Ashton Kutcher revealed that her birthday party was held at the Borderline Bar, where 12 people were killed and killed on Wednesday.
The forty-year-old actor celebrated his birthday in February and tweeted Thursday that his wife, Mila Kunis, held a party for him at the bar in Thousand Oaks, California.
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"My wife has organized a birthday party for me at Borderline, the only reason we're alive is that the shooter chose a different night," wrote the father of two tweets. "My heart turns to the victims, I'll say it again … Reform gun now, politicians have to stop being behind the dollar and protect people!"
In a second tweet, Kutcher explained that "a hunter grew up" and "worked in a weapons club by pulling the trap growing up".
"[Nobody] he's taking your guns !!! "he wrote." Reform of the gun !!!!! Let it be a test. Your electorate does not want to die when he goes to church or a concert or a bar! "
The ranch the actor pointed out in a third tweet that "armed people" were killed and killed at the Borderline Bar.
"The BS rhetoric around arming more people to protect others is just that, BS! The armed people were killed last night! Gun Reform now !!!" he tweeted.
Kutcher also called Ivanka Trump in a later post, adding that his brother-in-law Joshua Kushner was on his birthday. He begged her to speak with his father, President Donald Trump.
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". @Ivanka Trump your brother-in-law was in that birthday party. He could have just as easily been a victim, "wrote Kutcher." Go to the synagogues you could be a victim! Talk to your father! Beg your father! Let this be your inheritance! Gun Reform now! "
The White House did not respond immediately to PEOPLE's request for comment.
"Nobody is taking your pistol or my gun, I can still hunt, I can still protect my house, Reform gun now!" He continued.
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The actor also asked for mental health initiatives and revealed that a friend had given him a gun as a gift outside the Borderline Bar.
"This is neither / nor is both! Support mental health initiatives and support Gun Reform Now !!" he tweeted. "My friend gave me a gun as a gift in the Borderline parking lot for my birthday, I never shot it, I do not think I'll ever do it. [Heart emoji] to the families of the lost. Change is coming. "
Kutcher wrote a piece of opinion on his website in October 2017 when he asked for gun reform after mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The actor wrote that he grew up handling guns from an early age, taking the safety course of a hunter at the age of 12 and working at a range of action at age 13.
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"Any mental health professional will tell you that it is important to keep arms away from the hands of people who want to hurt themselves or others," he wrote.
He continued, "So we create laws that prevent people who are more likely to hurt themselves or others from a gun."
Kutcher added that he believed it was "too easy to get a gun" and called for "rigorous regulation" as safety and training courses.
"The extreme sides of this argument are not and will not be feasible, we can not continue doing anything and we can not ban all weapons, so we have dialogue and negotiation, and we find the middle ground," he wrote. "It could be a little offended for both parties to sacrifice some of their agenda, but at the end of the day we could see progress."
About a dozen others were injured in the attack, within the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks during his weekly "College Country Night". The shots were reported for the first time at about 11:20, according to the police. The bandit was then found dead in the bar of an apparent suicide.