Ashton Kutcher has influenced the daughters of Demi Moore

11.13.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Ashton Kutcher has influenced the daughters of Demi Moore
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Demi Moore wanted to confess certain intimacies that took place during her relationship with Mr. Ashton Kutcher, with whom he shared eight years of a most envied marriage, despite the age difference between them, since the actress was 15 years older than His couple. All these anecdotes have been told in an autobiographical book called 'Inside Out', where he has decided to talk about all this, and which is generating a great controversy in social networks due to her confessions. The American, with the intention of promoting it, gathered her two daughters, Rumer and Tallulah Willis, to talk on a new Facebook Watch program 'Red Table Talk', a program of personal experiences in which Willow Smith or Adrienne Banfield also appear. Jones.

In this, the model set out to talk, and told the "devastating" effect that their relationship had on their daughters. They were 9 and 12 years old when their mother divorced Bruce Willis and began her love with the young Mr. Ashton Kutcher, and just coincided with the time when the actress fell back into alcohol. In her book, Moore confesses that she became an addict of her new partner and that she drank to be the woman she believed her new boyfriend wanted. "What happened is that my mother had a relapse when I was 9 years old and nobody in my family talked about it. I had no idea what was happening because she had been sober throughout my childhood and then started drinking another ", his daughter Tallulah said in the episode.

"Addiction and codependence, my addiction to Ashton, that was probably almost more devastating because I take myself very emotionally," the actress admitted. Tallulah continued with his revelation and admitted that seeing his mother's behavior with the former model made him feel "very forgotten." She, her other daughter, Rumer, admitted that most of the time she felt "very angry" because she felt that something that was her own had been taken away. In addition, there was talk of Moore's obsession with having a son with Kutcher, something that made her daughters feel very bad: When she wanted to have another baby and it didn't happen, paying close attention to it, she thought we weren't enough. "

All her addictions were worse when the producer suffered an abortion at six months of pregnancy. According to Rumer, one of the reasons she moved from home was because she didn't understand her mother's obsession with having another child. These addictions explain why two of her daughters, Scout and Tallulah, stopped talking to their mother for years.

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