I've got to say something here. After writing my last post concerning Demi Moore's impending divorce from 34 year old Ashton Kutcher, I discovered new information surrounding her case.
What I discovered was troubling to say the least. Seems that no one close to Demi Moore is helping her get through her divorce from Ashton Kutcher.
As soon as Kutcher discovered his new found freedom he jetsetted off to Brazil, finding himself in the spotlight at a Brazilian fashion show, and getting his picture taken while partying, and celebrating in the streets of Brazil.
What a contrast that is, while Demi Moore is in California literally falling apart. She was whisked off to a California hospital while Ashton was off partying. Someone in her house had called 911, when they found Demi having convulsions.
Her oldest daughter, Rumor was seen at the SAG Awards, and then at a party after the SAGS with a friend. Rumor made an appearance and left.
Even I'm feeling sorry for Demi at this point in time. And I'm the one saying she deserved what she got, because she married Ashton, the good looking Punk'd STAR in the first place.
It has been reported that neither Ashton , or former husband, Bruce Willis have not been seen visiting Demi in her time of need. Demi is in the middle of a divorce, and is obviously having problems coping if she is doing drugs and losing a lot of weight. It's time these self centered stars come to her emotional rescue, and at least stop in for a visit.
Why aren't Demi's three daughters helping her? Why have we not seen Ashton going to visit his soon to be ex-wife? How selfish can a person possibly be not to visit someone who obviously is having problems coping with this divorce situation?
You mean to tell me that Ashton doesn't realize how much good publicity he can get from visiting Demi at rehab? It looks like we regular non-star types are watching a really bad soap opera. It looks like Ashton needs to grow up and do something to help his soon to be ex-wife.
My last sentence here is, I hope Demi had Ashton sign a pre-nup, and that she has a really good lawyer. Copyright 2012, written by Kate Johns who started her writing career by creating greeting card sayings in 2004.