Demi Moore's Daughters Contemplating Getting a Restraining Order Against Her
Things between Demi Moore and her estranged daughters seem to be getting worse, not better.
A few weeks ago it was reported that Demi's three girls, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, weren't speaking to their mother because they needed a little "space." The source continued, adding that the actress has been a "hot mess" since her split from Ashton Kutcher and her daughters were a little worn out by her neediness.
Today, RadarOnline.com said the three Willis ladies are "considering a restraining order" because Demi won't quit it with the calls, e-mails and text messages.
"They made it clear to her weeks ago that they do not want to talk to her right now but she is still trying to contact them," the source said. "Demi has been calling them incessantly and emailing them, leaving them tearful messages and begging them to call her and the girls are sick of it. It is a really drastic measure and not something they are considering lightly but they just feel like they want some peace and quiet."
Demi, who spent some time in rehab earlier this year, is understandably "beside herself." The Charlie's Angels actress is currently filming Very Good Girls with Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen in NYC.