Demi Moore - Demi Moore's daughters cut contact again
Demi Moore's daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah have reportedly cut contact with her again because they are tired of her erratic behaviour
Demi Moore's daughters have reportedly cut off contact with her once again.
The 50-year-old actress is allegedly being given the cold shoulder from her and ex-husband Bruce Willis' three daughters Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 18, - just months after they reconciled following a bitter fallout over her split from Ashton Kutcher, 34, last year and subsequent stint in rehab - because they are tired of her constant partying and erratic behaviour.
A source told the New York Daily News: ''Rumer is really the one making the decision to do this as the oldest. Around the time Bruce's wife Emma (Heming) had the baby (Mabel Ray), it was this scary sense of, 'Demi went off her rocker again.
''Bruce is now very much out of the spotlight and the kids were very happy about that. They started feeling that Demi needs to stay home and be more of a mother. She checked into rehab and they'd always been pushing for her to do that. (But) After Art Basel, she came out partying and dancing on tables again.
''The kids are old enough to band together, Rumer being the ringleader. The family is very much divided.''
The girls had initially supported their mother following her divorce from Ashton because they believed she was ''distraught'' but were allegedly ''mortified'' when she started going out with one of Rumer's friends Vito Schnabel recently.
But Demi was dumped by the 26-year-old toyboy last week after she enjoyed a week of partying at Art Basil in Miami because he thought she was too distracting from his career.
A source said: ''Vito has worked very hard to be taken seriously in the art business and doesn't want to be seen as somebody who dates celebrities. He hated having photographers follow him around after work got out about him and Demi.''
Vito was also said to be unhappy that Demi just wanted to party at the prestigious art fair as he was trying to work.