Demi Moore's problems may be worse than we thought
Demi Moore is in denial about how deep her problems go, and those problems are worse than everyone thought, according to published reports.
Moore, 49, was hospitalized earlier this month after having a seizure in her Los Angeles home after reportedly inhaling nitrous oxide (better known as doing whip-its) and collapsing.
Even more, the "Striptease" star has allegedly also been taking Adderall and struggling with anorexia, according to reports.
Despite all that, Moore is pushing back, staying she doesn't need any help, according to RadarOnline.
"Demi doesn’t think she has a problem," a source told the celeb gossip site.
"She is basically ignoring everything everyone around her is saying about how she needs help."
If that weren't enough, Us magazine reports that Moore has become obsessed with staying young and relevant, and that she's apparently trying to hit on 24-year-old "High School Musical" star Zac Efron.
Moore’s rep declined to comment, but has previously said the actress "has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health."
Her ex-husband, Ashton Kutcher, with whom she had a very public break-up, said he has no plans of dropping in to see her.