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Tallulah Willis in rehab: Bruce Willis and Demi Moore gave daughter ultimatum

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's youngest daughter, Tallulah Willis, is allegedly off to rehab. On Saturday, WebProNews reported that the 20-year-old was given an ultimatum by her parents. The website stated that the young woman is being treated for alcohol and cocaine "issues."

Tallulah Willis in rehab, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore gave her ultimatum
Tallulah Willis in rehab, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore gave her ultimatum
Photo by Ben Horton

According to the report, a source says that Tallulah was given an ultimatum. Bruce Willis and Demi Moore were getting ready to take everything away from her. Tallulah reportedly checked into The Meadows treatment center in Wickenburg, Arizona a few weeks ago. Insiders say that Bruce is much more stern about his daughter's recovery than Demi is.

This isn't the first time that Demi and Bruce's daughter has had issues. When she was 13, Tallulah Willis was diagnosed with body dysmorphia. She also seems to be the most sensitive and her parents divorce in 2000 affected her deeply. Demi's own rehab stint in 2012 was also hard on Tallulah. A former classmate said that when Demi was hospitalized, her youngest daughter didn't go to school for days. The source said that the reason was that she was embarrassed. The former classmate also stated,

"She was very open about Demi's issues and would sort of imply, 'Of course I have issues too, look at my mom.'"

A source close to Demi said that Bruce takes substance abuse very seriously and would have demanded she get treatment. But Demi views it very differently. Her take on it is that her daughter is still young and trying to find herself. This isn't the only time Demi's views on this sort of thing made headlines. A few years ago it was reported that Demi Moore was partying with Rumer Willis, Tallulah's sister.

Hopefully Tallulah Willis will get the help she needs and that her body dysmorphia will also be treated. Addicts are not the only ones who need help. There are better success rates when the whole family is involved. For the sake of all of their children, let's hope the whole family participates in the treatment plan.