Demi Moore, who has been seen looking gaunt since before news of her divorce broke, is reportedly seeking treatment for exhaustion, after being hospitalized following a 911 call Monday night.
“I can confirm that we received an emergency call at 10:49 p.m. for an unknown illness related to that address,” a fire department spokesman told People magazine. “We transported at least one patient to a local hospital. The patient was transported at 11:21 p.m.”
“Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health,” the actress’ flack said in a statement. “She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends.”
TMZ sources say she has substance abuse problems and will enter a facility “seek further professional assistance.”
Let’s hope Demi takes the time she needs to take care of herself. This is obviously a rough period in her life, but she’s a strong woman who can get through it with the support of her family.
Heidi Klum reportedly secured a pre-nuptial agreement that could protect her from handing over her earnings to Seal in the event of a divorce. Which we’re still fervently hoping won’t happen!
“Yes, there is a prenup,” a source told Life&Style magazine. “In 2005, when they got married, the career situation was a bit different. Heidi has really had way more success than Seal since then.” (Think “Project Runway,” plus her jewelry line.)
The tabloid claims Heidi is worth about $70 million and her husband a relatively paltry $15 million.
But despite their pre-nup, we’re thinking things could get really complicated, considering the couple renewed their wedding vows every year and thus would have to go through six separate divorce filings … wait, what? It doesn’t work that way? OK, fine, we’re just in denial about Heidi and Seal breaking up!
Bruce Jenner says it’s not important whether daughters Kylie and Kendall pursue higher education.
“If they want to go to college, certainly, I think it’s a good idea. But I’m not the advocate of, ‘You’ve got to go to college!’” the Olympian turned reality star tells Us magazine. “I think by the time they graduate from high school, they will probably be in a position to go right to working.”
Of up-and-coming model Kendall, he says: “She’ll probably have a career by the time she’s out of high school. If that’s what she wants to do, that’s good. I don’t know if college is going to be that important for her.”
Encouraging your daughter to model without a backup career plan? Great idea.