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Demi Moore’s daughters 'break all ties' with their mother

Demi Moore's daughters have become est ranged f rom thei r mother , i t has been claimed. Daughter Rumer , 23, was by her mother 's side when she was rushed to hospi tal fol lowing a binge on ni t rous oxide in January and in the weeks that fol lowed.
Sunday, July 08, 2012

Demi Moore's daughters have become estranged from their mother, it has been claimed. Daughter Rumer, 23, was by her mother's side when she was rushed to hospital following a binge on nitrous oxide in January and in the weeks that followed.

But now it has now been alleged that she and her sisters Scout and Tallulah have stopped talking to the Ghost actress.

A source told MailOnline that the girls have 'broken all ties' with Demi, 49, due to her emotional breakdown in the wake of her split from Ashton Kutcher. “Demi is very messy right now and the girls have been waiting to get out and move on and now they're being sucked back in, and they're all getting into various kinds of trouble.”

The Willis girls, Rumer, Scout, 20 and Tallulah, 18, also appear to be struggling to cope with life without Ashton. The source said: “The girls loved him because he actually took parenting seriously even though he was younger and they miss him.” Apart from Tallulah's graduation ceremony last week, Demi has not been seen out with her daughters much in recent months.

Sources close to the family told RadarOnline that the family has reached 'breaking point' following a series of fights. “Rumer, Scout and Tallulah just don't want to deal with the drama at the moment,” the source said. “Since breaking up with Ashton, Demi has been a mess.

The girls were there for her through it all – the split and the rehab, but now they just feel like they need a little distance,” the source noted.

— Daily Mail

‘Kast out’! André 3000 barred from singing Jimi Hendrix's songs in bio-pic

There's just one problem about André 3000's new Jimi Hendrix film – it won't have any of the icon's music in it.

The OutKast singer has been told by the late star's estate that he cannot perform any of the legendary guitarist's selfpenned tracks.

Jimi's sister Janie, who controls the estate, refused to give the movie's producers the rights to his back catalogue of music. Instead, All Is By My Side will only feature cover versions of songs Hendrix performed in 1966 and 1977, when the film is set.

André 3000, whose real name is André Lauren Benjamin, is currently in Dublin, Ireland where the production is being filmed, although the movie will be set in London. According to Rolling Stone magazine, Janie Hendrix's company Experience Hendrix LLC issued a statement warning it “has made it known many times in the past that no such film, were it to include original music or copyrights created by Jimi Hendrix, can be undertaken without its full participation”. Instead, the soundtrack will only feature covers such as The Beatles’ Sgt.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Bob Dylan's All Along The Watchtower, and maybe even his famous version of the US national anthem The Star Spangled Banner. But anyone hoping to hear the likes of Purple Haze or Voodoo Chile might want to bring their iPod to the cinema.

— Daily Mail

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