We’ve been worried about Demi Moore ever since she first entered rehab in February, but now that she’s back in Los Angeles, HollywoodLife.com has exclusively learned that Demi “has genuinely taken this whole recovery and help from friends and family as a step in the right direction,” a source close to Demi tells us. Demi has really taken her troubles to a positive place and seriously turned a page in her recovery and realizes that friends and family really want her to be OK.”
Whitney Houston‘s sudden death on Feb. 11 shocked the world, but it really hit home for Demi Moore‘s family. In fact, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Demi’s daughters hope that Whitney’s death is a “wake up call” for their mom!
After Demi Moore, 49, was checked into rehab, her concerned family — ex Bruce Willis, 56, and daughters, Tallulah, 18, Scout, 20 and Rumer, 23 — is holding one person accountable: estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, 34! “Bruce and the girls hate Ashton,” an insider tells Us Weekly. “They think he’s a bad influence because he got Demi back into partying.”
Demi Moore – you have to get a toehold in reality. You are a very, very troubled woman, who could have died on Jan. 23 when you convulsed after ODing on a crazy mix of drugs.
After her split from Ashton Kutcher, an increasingly unmoored Demi Moore clung to oldest daughter, Rumer Willis, 23, using her as a “clubgoing wingwoman” and way to gain entry into hot young Hollywood parties, reports Us Weekly.
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.