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Did Demi Moore’s Daughters Cut Ties With Her?
Moore’s children with ex-husband Bruce Willis, Scout, 20, Rumer, 23, and Tallulah, 18, are sick of all the drama and have dumped their mother when she needs them the most.
Sources close to the family said the girls reached a “breaking point” after a series of fights and meltdowns and don’t want to deal with their messed up mom.
The insider stated, “The girls were there for her through it all — the split and the rehab, but now they just feel like they need a little distance.”
It’s interesting to note that Demi cut her own mother out of her life because of drama and her mother’s alcoholism.
Sources say things came to a head when Demi decided to attend daughter Tallulah’s high school graduation.
Moore, 49, arrived to the ceremony in a somber mood at what should have been a time of celebration.
Tallulah wanted Ashton to attend her graduation, but Demi put her foot down.
Sources report that Moore’s daughters’ continued friendship with Ashton has also been a bone of contention.
Kutcher, 34, went to a club in April to watch Rumer sing and were also spotted hanging out together in May.
Demi coincidentally didn’t speak to her mother, Virginia Guynes, for years.
Guynes had Demi when she was just a teenager and was an alcoholic. Virginia told a tabloid magazine that Bruce Willis was whipped and that Demi was the boss when they were married. Virginia also once posed for High Times magazine, posing to look like Demi in “Ghost”.
We can imagine her behavior pissed Demi off, but did she deserve to be cut out of Moore’s life?
Virginia ended up living off of $250 a month in social security for years until she passed away with a brain tumor at the age of 54 in 1998.
It’s a sad situation all around but sometimes cutting toxic people from our lives is the only way. What do you guys think?
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