Tallulah Willis Demi Moore’s Youngest Daughter Talks Getting Healthy After Eating Disorders

The youngest child of actors Demi Moore and Bruce Willis is speaking out about getting healthy after battling an eating disorder. Willis now 23, opened up on social media about her struggles. She shared a picture of herself three years ago. In the picture Willis is noticeably much thinner and smoking a cigarette and holding a beer can in another hand. Tallulah named after legendary actress Tallulah Bankhead, is celebrating 3 years of sobriety. Willis says that she just didn’t like herself very much three plus years ago,

She claims she was always crying out for help.  Her old sister Rumer Willis has also posted that she is 6 months clean and sober. Rumer was the 2015 winner of ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ She parlayed her win  into some impressive acting gigs, she stared on Broadway as Roxie Hart in Chicagofor 4 months. In March 2017 she appeared on the FOX drama ‘Empire’. Talluah was given an ultimatum by her famous parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. They told their youngest daughter that she had to go to rehab. She entered the Meadows Treatment center in Arizona in July of 2014 to battle eating disorders and cocaine abuse.

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The youngest Willis was forced to comply with treatment, or her parents were going to cut her off financially. Demi Moore herself was hospitalized in 2012 for alleged drug issues. According to friends of Tallulah, Moore’s hospitalization and her parents divorce in 2000 were things that Tallulah had not fully recovered from. Tallulah was a high school student when Moore was hospitalized, and she didn’t show up for days at a time friends say. She was way too embarrassed to go to school. She told people she had issues ‘just like her mother did’. Tallulah is celebrating 3 years of sobriety, and she says she has put the past behind her, and only looking ahead.

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