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Rumer Willis Following In Demi Moore’s Footsteps, Looking 'Unhealthy & Dangerously Thin'

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Mar. 22 2012, Published 8:30 a.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter

Once boasting healthy curves and a youthful glow, Rumer Willis’ weight has recently plummeted, sparking concerns that she has health issues like her mom Demi Moore, and RadarOnline.com has photos of her startling slim down.

“She appears to be about 105 pounds now, it is an unhealthy look and her clothes are heavy looking and hanging off her,” The Hamptons Diet creator Dr. Fred Pescatore, who has not treated Rumer, tells RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.

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At 5’6,” the 23-year-old daughter of Demi and Bruce Willis looked gaunt and thin when she left the Writer’s Room bar in Hollywood on Tuesday, with her skinny legs protruding from baggy cowboy boots.

“This is someone who looks like they have taken on all the stress in their life and stopped eating. She looks unhealthy and dangerously thin. She looked much better when she was on 90210.”

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Rumer has attempted to keep a brave face since her mother’s hospitalization earlier this year to seek treatment for her anorexia among other issues, including an addiction to Adderall.

“From how pale and drawn she is she looks like she is moving in the wrong direction,” added nutritionist Majid Ali, who also has not treated the star. “The stress of things could play a role with her weight.”

It had been reported that Rumer was trying to lose weight because she wants to embark on a modeling career, but her spokesperson has denied the claim.

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