Demi Moore's Daughter Tallulah Willis Refuses To Speak To Her Mom

Tue, February 7, 2012 9:26am EST by 5 Comments
Demi rehab spoke to an insider close to Demi’s camp who tells us that Tallulah is ‘very upset’ with her mom’s breakdown and is ‘avoiding’ her.

While Demi Moore is reportedly in rehab, her 18-year-old daughter Tallulah Willis has been staying at her dad Bruce Willis‘ Beverly Hills home. An insider reveals to that Tallulah is “taking it the hardest” when it comes to her mom’s alleged drug abuse and eating disorder. 

“Tallulah is really upset and hurt,” a source tells us. “She has watched her mom spiral out of control and was the main one home watching her mom’s issues over the past few years. Demi was more of a friend to Tallulah then a mother and she just doesn’t understand why her mom has let herself go like this and she does her best to avoid talking to her mom. They barely speak.”

We hope Tallulah and Demi can repair their relationship!

— Chloe Melas

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Posted at 12:18 AM on February 13, 2012  

Problem wild child in the family. Without her mother Demi Moore rescued her, she might stayed in the police station. Grow up Tallulah, problem Child.

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Posted at 3:09 PM on February 9, 2012  

demi is too sick and twisted to care about anybody but herself. that can strain a relationship with a child… you’re guilted along with it for a long time, making excuses for the offender, etc. i’m just so happy they have a safe place to go to in their dad bruce. who would’ve thought he’d be the hero in that family.

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Posted at 3:41 AM on February 9, 2012  

In addition their seems 2 be some jealousy surrounding Tallulah and Demi, Demi was an excellent mother 2 this child and somewhere along the line the role took on a different tone. It appears Tallulah is disrespectful and jealous of her mom. I think when Ashton came on 2 the scene the dynamics changed between the two. I remember about a year ago the globe magazine showed Tallulah on a boat in the netherlands hugging and laying on ashtons chest without a care in the world, her hair was disheveled and ashton was laying their as if he just had sex or an intimate encounter of some sort with her, they were laying on the cot looking at pictures on her phone. It was really uncomfortable 2 see. That’s when I thought something strange was happening in the dynamics of their relationship. If you google ashton and tallulah globe magazine u may find it. So their probably was a lot of resentment, outburst and emotional displays taking place in the household to the point that she decides 2 move in with her father, very strang mixture.

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Posted at 7:02 PM on February 7, 2012  

Tallulah needs to grow up, then she will understand how her mother’s feelings when cheated by husbands. Demi has been gone through a lots of pains to give birth to her. Pity Demi being cheated by husbands and hurt from disobident child, Tallulah. Grow up Tallulah!

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Posted at 2:50 PM on March 17, 2012  

She was quite young when her mum divorced her dad, she is still quite young now. It is wrong for anyone to be so hard on her at only 18. It is also wrong to have a go at her because of her recent problems with her mother. She has just become an adult, leave her alone to grow up in her own time and do not expect someone who is so young to know how to handle such serious matters. I still have issues with my troubled past because of the parents, they lacked a lot and it ruined my formative years. You cannot realistically expect a young one to be that mature and understanding when they are just getting to know themselves.

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