Demi Moore’s Daughters 'Considering Intervention' As Relapse Fears Grow

By Alexis TereszcukRadar Entertainment Editor

As Demi Moore’s daughters grow increasingly worried about her fragile state, has exclusively learned that they’re talking about taking drastic steps to get help for their superstar mom.

Rumer, Scout and Tallulah are so concerned about their mom that they’re considering if they should stage an intervention,” a source close to the girls told

“They don’t know what to do to help her, and they’re starting to wonder if she needs help again.”

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The source said as Demi’s behavior remains erratic and similar to before she went into rehab earlier this year, the girls want to make sure she doesn’t have a relapse.

“Demi’s girls are going to get help for their mom no matter what, but their relationship with her is so strained right now that it is hard to get anything done,” the source says.

As we previously reported, Demi’s girls are fearful about the path their mom is headed down.

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“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 behavior,” a source previously told

“The last thing these girls need is dealing with their mother going through yet another episode.”

Requests for comment were not returned at time of posting.



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