Posted Mon, April 18, 2011 5:25pm EST

Bonnie Says: Demi Moore, Stop Smoking — Your 17-Year-Old Daughter Is Copying You!

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!

If there is one thing that is certain as a parent — You are a role model for you children. And sadly, Demi Moore, you are doing your three daughters no good by puffing away on cancer sticks.

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!

–Bonnie Fuller

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Posted at 12:10 PM on February 11, 2014  

I need to quit smoking to become a better role model for my kids…thank God they hate it!

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Posted at 10:19 PM on December 21, 2011  

That’s cleared my thgouths. Thanks for contributing.

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Posted at 10:09 AM on May 3, 2011  

Wow! Get off your high horse! I hope you don’t actually call yourself a journalist Ms Fuller, Witchfinder General may be more apt!

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Posted at 1:39 PM on April 30, 2011  

I have never smoked, I mean I tried a puff of a cigarette when I was much younger but never enjoyed it. The fact is she is a teenager and for some reason it is the “cool” thing to do. All we can hope is that she grows out of this phase and will one day realize it is not “cool” and it is not good for her health. Now the fact that her mom and at least one of her sisters is a smoker will most likely not be favorable to quit but hopefully she will gain some wisdom with age.

With that being said I just read she was caught drinking underage and mommy had to come get her. I think somebody has too much freedom and not enough boundaries.

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yeah yeah

Posted at 12:40 PM on April 29, 2011  

she is not the only smoker in the world her daughters chose to start smoking not her

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Posted at 1:36 PM on April 25, 2011  

i’m a proud smoker from a non-smoking family.. doesn’t matter what ya do if they wanna smoke they will

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Posted at 2:45 PM on April 24, 2011  

demi is wearing “mom-butt jeans”!!!!! she may not show her age in her face and body but she is definitely dating herself by wearing those awful old lady jeans!

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Risa and Terra

Posted at 6:54 PM on April 22, 2011  

Terra: Smoking ruins your life, talk to my friend Diane.

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Posted at 1:23 PM on April 21, 2011  

It is sad when both parents are setting a bad example. However each child has a choice. My nephews hate smoking and both of their parent smoke. They have grown up with too numerous to count respiratory issues as a result of their parents smoking. It is not only the example set, it is also their health quality growing up in such an environment.

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Posted at 7:31 PM on April 19, 2011  

yikes. demi. stop. very upsetting. maybe demi hasn’t had any cancer deaths in her family yet, but this is a very bad example she’s setting. separately, love her top- wonder who makes it? and… rumer… eghads. so ugly.

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Posted at 9:13 AM on April 19, 2011  

Such a judgmental article.

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Posted at 3:01 PM on April 22, 2011  

This is 3rd time I have tried to reply. Bonnie is one of those people who doesn’t want someone to do something if dhe doesn’t agree with it. Kids don’t smoke because of their parents, it’s because of rebellion, peer pressure, or they think it is cool. I have friends who smoke and their teens or adult children don’t. Bonnie, lay off!

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Posted at 11:17 PM on April 24, 2011  

not that i’m an advocate of smoking, but there ARE other reasons. some people start to lose weight because the cigs make people lose their appetite. also, smoking is a great (and harmful) way to relieve stress. i know many teens smoke for the reasons you listed, but when i smoked a few years ago, it was for the reasons i just listed, not to look cool or because of peer pressure.

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Posted at 11:18 PM on April 18, 2011  

Not good.

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Posted at 10:30 AM on April 19, 2011  

is going to be a great thing if i can join this site

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