Demi’s wild partying and public drinking have mortified her two younger daughters, Tallulah and Scout. Check out how she’s driven them away.
Among her daughters, Demi Moore‘s only ally is Rumer Willis, 23, who witnessed her mom’s alleged drug incident that led to her hospitalization on Jan. 23. Rumer and Demi are super close since they’re “both wild,” says a source from Us Weekly, but the two’s partying ways made Tallulah and Scout resentful.
“Things have been strained between Demi and Scout and Tallulah for a long time,” says an insider to the mag. “For a while, Ashton was acting as the primary parent because Demi was so out of control.”
In fact, things have gotten so bad that Tallulah, 18, is now living with dad Bruce and his new pregnant wife Emma Heming. “[Tallulah] has often requested that Demi not attend public functions with her because she’s afraid of her getting drunk, desperate and flirty,” a friend of hers says to In Touch magazine.
And middle-child Scout feels the same way. The 20-year-old Brown University student is purportedly “mortified” by the way her mom’s been acting and feels Rumer is enabling her. Like Tallulah, she doesn’t want to speak to her until she gets help.
So how does Rumer feel about her mom’s meltdown?
A source from Us Weekly says the eldest—who was seen smoking and looking stressed outside the hospital following Demi’s crash—feels terrible. “She thought that going out and having fun would help her mother through the rough patch. She feels partly responsible because she encouraged her to go out.”
However, Rumer ended up feeling embarrassed by her mom when she caught her grinding up on her pal, 90210 star Ryan Rottman, at a Hollywood club on Jan. 11, says In Touch.
- Eudie Pak
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