Demi Moore's three daughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah have managed to keep a low profile since their mother was rushed to hospital on Monday night and treated for what her rep insists is "exhaustion."
Eldest daughter Rumer, 23, appeared very upset as she took a cigarette break outside of the hospital yesterday, but E! Online confirms that all three of Demi's kids are doing just fine.
According to the website, 17-year-old Tallulah is the only one of Demi's children who still lives with the actress, and she's been staying at her dad, Bruce Willis' West L.A. condo, while Rumer has her own place in the city. Middle child Scout, 20, who recently posed in assless chaps, is a student at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and hasn't been back to L.A. since her mom was hospitalized on Monday.
Though Moore's reps are claiming exhaustion landed the 49-year-old actress in the hospital, other reports claim it was everything from anorexia to an addiction to Adderall and Redbull, to suffering a seiziure after inhaling nitrious oxide from a whipped cream canister -- more commonly known as doing "whip-its."
However, today TMZ obtained the recording from the call placed to 911, revealing that Moore smoked something and began convulsing. There are a number of different voices heard on the call -- one who told the 911 dispatcher, that the actress had been taking some other "stuff" recently but she didn't know what and having "issues" lately.
Demi's daughters have largely stayed out of the spotlight since their mom announced she was splitting from their stepdad Ashton Kutcher in November. Demi is said to be very close to her kids and was even spotted partying with Rumer earlier this month at Hollywood night club Beacher's Madhouse, where she was stood up on a couch and danced to the Eurythmic's hit "Sweet Dreams."
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