Demi Moore has revealed that she waited so long to release all the memoirs inside her for the safety of her daughters.
Speaking on Present Company with the Krista Smith Podcast, 56-year-old host Krista Smith said she felt her daughters were already too young to be exposed to the book’s content. The actress said, “Things there … It’s not that I wanted to keep it away from them or hide anything, it’s just that you don’t necessarily want to bring up well when they’re younger.” Are,” said the actress.
Ghost star Jada Pinkett appeared in Smith’s Facebook Watch series with the trio as a preview of the conversation about how the family was suffering from Demi’s previous addiction battle, which was fed alcohol and painkillers.
The 25-year-old Tallulah said, “It came like a monster.” ‘I remember my body just having that anxiety when I could understand that her eyes were closing a bit more, the way she was speaking. If she were not calm, she would have loved me a lot. ‘
Moore states in her memoir “Inside Out” that she drank heavily in the 20s and used cocaine, having lived in sobriety for nearly 20 years after being resuscitated in the mid-1980s.
She stated that she could have died of a miscarriage during her 2005–2011 marriage to Ashton Kutcher and that in 2012 there was a seizure at a party as a result of consuming nitrous oxide and synthetic cannabis. Rumer Willis described the gamut of emotions that she experienced when she was in the series with her mother, 48-year-old Smith, her daughter Willow, 18, and mother Adrianne Banfield-Jones, 66.
‘It was bizarre, and there were moments where it would get angry,’ Rumer said. ‘I recall being very upset and treating her like a child and speaking to her like a child. It was not the mom that we had grown up with.’