Reportedly Demi Moore's daughters have had enough.
According to the New York Daily News, Rumer, 24, Scout, 21, and Tallulah, 18 -- who are Moore's children with ex-husband Bruce Willis -- have decided to cut off all contact with her after her recent bizarre behavior at Miami's Art Basel.
Although the girls reconciled with their mom after her stint in rehab earlier this year, allegedly they are tired of 50-year-old Moore's crazy antics and partying ways.
“Rumer is really the one making the decision to do this as the oldest,” a source close to Rumer tells the Daily News, adding that as the girls started to get closer to their mom again, she scared them off with her wild lifestyle.
“Around the time Bruce’s wife Emma [Heming] had the baby, it was this scary sense of, ‘Demi went off her rocker again,’” says the source. (Willis and Heming welcomed their daughter Mabel Ray in April).
“Bruce is now very much out of the spotlight and the kids were very happy about that. They started feeling that Demi needs to stay home and be more of a mother," the insider explained. "She checked into rehab and they’d always been pushing for her to do that. [But] after Art Basel, she came out partying and dancing on tables again.”
The source also adds that Rumer was mortified after she found out her mom was dating 26-year-old Vito Schnabel, who runs in the same circles as she does. (Schnabel reportedly called off the romance last week).
“The kids are old enough to band together, Rumer being the ringleader,” the insider said. "The family is very much divided."