ASHTON Kutcher said he was lucky to be alive after celebrating his 40th birthday in a California bar where 12 people were shot.
An example of the star revealed by Mila Kunis has arranged a party in Borderline Bar & Grill, where former Marine Ian Long shot on Wednesday.
The injured former Long Gun machine, aged 28, attacked the bar to release hail bullets during the two and a half minutes of killing before turning to its high-performance weapon.
After shooting, Kutcher wrote on Twitter about the event that Joshua Kushner, who recently married supermodel Karel Kloss, was among the guests at the bar in Thousand Oaks.
"My wife made me happy with a birthday celebration on the border this year, just because we are alive, the shooter chose another night.
"My heart goes to the victims, I'll tell it again … Gun reform now! Politicians have to stop being a dollar and protecting people!"
The actor, who owns weapons, also called on the US government to reform weapons laws.
He asked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to request a status check, especially mental health records, before issuing firearms licenses.
"I grew up like a hunter, I worked in a club with a gun that pulled traps," he said.
"No one accepts your weapons!" Gun reform !!!!! Let it be a test, your voter does not want to die when he goes to church, concert or bar!
"The BS rhetoric around arming more people to protect others is just what, BS! Armed people were killed last night!" Gun Reform now! "
He also called on Donald Trump, Democratic Leader of the House of Nancy Pelosi, Senator Nebraska Ben Sass and New Jersey Senator Cory Booker to call on them to improve arms control and mental health.
After firing from Las Vegas, Kutcher was enthusiastic about gun control
"I have never thought of weapons as a weapon or connected with my own protection, I have always thought about them in relation to target practice and hunting," he wrote on the A Plus website.
"But now it's changing, I understand the taste and desire to own a weapon for sports, hunting or self-defense.
"Even after I had children, I felt more willing to own a weapon in the desire to protect them.
Hero armed with a trolleybus is struggling with a terrorist who killed 1 before the police shot him
REVENGE PORN HELL
The woman caused a former boyfriend to suicide after publishing photos with a X rating
A rescuer who drives his back is confronted with a driver and a pregnant woman with a metal bar in the bust
Kill for hunting
Huntswoman faces jail for whipping a saboteur is killed while driving an accident
the murder envelops itself
Unbelievable new evidence in the case of a dead castrated footballer
"But also let us know where we are: this country has a huge problem, the epidemic of gun violence that we have to deal with."
Officials said the former Long died after a single injury after a fire change with a police bar, which is a 40 minute drive from Los Angeles.
He lived in the Newbury Park, about five miles from the bar and was a former student of California State University Northridge.
Authorities hope that home search will provide a trace of the theme.
His neighbors said Long was a veteran sufferer of post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD).
We pay for your stories! Do you have a story about The Sun Online? Write to us tips@ the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. We pay for videos also. Click here for record your. "