Demi Moore’s daughters are worried about their mother’s health.
Moore’s recent behaviour is reportedly a cause for concern in her three daughters with ex-husband Bruce Willis – Rumer, Scout and Tallulah – who fear the star could relapse after a stint in rehab earlier this year.
Moore (49) was rushed to hospital in February earlier this year after suffering a seizure during a party at her home, which prompted her admittance to rehab.
A source close to the family told RadarOnline: "Rumer, Scout and Tallulah are growing apart from their mother lately.
"They're really worried about everything she is doing lately and they're getting mad at her. Demi has been doing things that make them worry that maybe she isn't staying sober and they're not happy about her behaviour.”
The insider continued: "The last thing these girls need is dealing with their mother going through yet another episode."
Moore and her daughters recently attended 18-year-old Tallulah’s high school graduation which was reportedly “really tense” since the LOL actress banned estranged husband Ashton Kutcher from the ceremony and “did not seem in a good place.”
The source added: "Things were really tense at the graduation. Demi did not look healthy and did not seem in a good place. All three girls are concerned she may have relapsed.
"Demi said no way when she heard that Ashton wanted to go. She doesn't like how close he is to her daughters and especially now she doesn't want them hanging out with him."
"Demi and the three girls are not close right now and their relationship is strained with a lot of bad feelings. Things need to change so that Demi's daughters can feel better about her."
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