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Demi Moore opens up on near-death experience

Culture Desk | Published: 00:00, Sep 23,2019

 
 

Demi Moore. — Reuters

Popular Hollywood actress Demi Moore opened up about her near-death experience from a bizarre drug concoction in 2012, reports Hindustan Times.

The actress, according to the report, was having a bash with daughter Rumer Willis who was 23 at the time. ‘Did what other people were doing: sucked in a hit of nitrous oxide, and when the joint reached [her] ... took a puff of synthetic pot (it was called Diablo, fittingly),’ she wrote in her book, Inside Out.

Moore had a seizure after combining the drugs, according to Radar, who has the excerpt from the book. Also, she described having an out-of-body experience, cited Page Six.

‘Everything went blurry and I could see myself from above. I was floating out of my body into swirling colours, and it seemed like maybe this was my chance: I could leave the pain and shame of my life behind,’ wrote Moore.

At the time of the incident, Moore had recently parted ways from ex-husband Ashton Kutcher and was estranged from her other two children, Scout and Tallulah, as well as ex-husband Bruce Willis.

She was rushed to the hospital and the situation drove a wedge between her and Rumer for more than a year, Radar reported, as cited by Page Six.

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