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Demi Moore Took Adderall Before Seizure And Hospital

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Jan. 26 2012, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - Senior Reporter

Demi Moore will be seeking treatment for anorexia and her substance abuse addictions, and has exclusively learned that Adderall is the prescription drugs that she uses.

“Demi has been taking Adderall and drinking energy drinks and starving herself and those are some of the serious causes that led her to collapse on Monday night,” a source close to the actress said.

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As previously reported, Demi had an epileptic seizure before being rushed to the hospital and she is currently seeking treatment for anorexia.

“The pills and starvation destroyed Demi and this has been a problem for about a year,” the source said about her tragic situation.

“She’s constantly jacked up on Adderall and combining that with not eating accounts for her loopy behavior and anorexic body frame.  She literally refuses to eat any food.”

Ashton Kutcher

2010 was a tough year for Demi, with her husband Ashton Kutcher cheating on her with a woman half her age, and this has taken a toll on the Charlie’s Angels star, causing her to seek help for her problems.

Her publicist said that Demi was getting help “to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health,” and the source said there are many reasons why Demi is having so many problems.

“She’s depressed over her career and coupled with the stress and heartbreak over the split, all of this emotional turmoil in totality has taken a serious physical toll on her body.”



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