Demi Moore blames Ashton Kutcher for alcohol relapse

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Seeing Moore show up to her NYC book signing in the cutest fall outfit made my day, and-don't judge me for this-even more excited to read her memoir.

Following the Tuesday release of her memoirInside Out, Moore, 56, spoke with Diane Sawyer onGood Morning Americaabout the incident, during which she experienced a seizure in the presence of one of her three daughters. "I think "own size" would mean someone who's experienced life, who's gone through things in a way that are parallel".

The Hollywood star was also caught on camera during the weekend while at a Los Angeles Dodgers game alongside her hubby, fellow actor, Ashton Kutcher but at the time, she still had her brunette hair.

Additionally, he admits he was in love with her during this "troubled time", but has zero regrets.

Despite that friction, Moore writes, "It's a amusing thing to say, but I'm very proud of our divorce". That, coupled with Kutcher's infidelity, saw Moore turn to alcohol and prescription painkillers after been sober for the previous 20 years.

Just a few days ago, reports emerged from early readings of Inside Out that Moore suffered a miscarriage a short while into her relationship with Kutcher, which she blamed on drinking and smoking. "I wanted to show him how great and fun I could be".

Demi Moore said she was raped at the age of 15 by a man who claimed to have paid her mother 500 U.S. dollars (£401).

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In 2005, Moore married Kutcher after meeting two years prior. Leal went on to tell Fox News that news of the affair led to her becoming estranged from her father and receiving threatening phone calls.

"Everyone else was seeing my body flailing, my daughter terrified that she was gonna see me die right in front of her", Moore said. She says coping with that feeling is something she struggles with today.

"Good, not bad. I'm definitely not interested in blaming anyone".

"I put him first", she wrote.

Her mother also took her to bars to get attention from men, Moore writes.

She continued, "But if I can't have compassion in my heart for her, how can I expect my children to hold that for me?"

"The truth is, I disappointed myself".

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