Demi, you may not care about your own health, but you should care that your daughter Tallulah Willis, 17, is now increasing her risk of developing deadly lung cancer!
Sadly, your youngest daughter, Tallulah, 17, was photographed this past weekend at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, smoking vigorously.
Demi, children are three times more likely to smoke if a parent smokes. And teens who smoke are highly likely to become adult smokers, according to Cancer Research UK.
They are also far more likely than non-smokers to die from cancer and respiratory diseases like emphysema and bronchitis, as well as heart disease and thrombosis.
If that doesn’t bother you, Demi, how about this: tobacco smoking is the single greatest CAUSE OF DISEASE in the developed world, according to the World Health Organization. It also happens to be illegal for a 17 year-old to smoke, so Tallulah is actually breaking the law.
As a mother, don’t you have a responsibility to protect your children from harmful situations and substances? You are 49 years- old and far more able to understand the consequences of your actions than a 17-year-old or a 22-year-old, since your daughter Rumer smokes too! You will save your own lungs and Tallulah’s by quitting smoking now! Do it Demi!