What Demi Moore's Daughters Think
Amid the celebrity scandal swirling around Demi Moore's crumbling marriage to the wayward Ashton Kutcher, most of the focus has been on Demi's anguish: The erstwhile Brat Packer has cultivated a sexy, we-should-all-look-that-good-at-48 image, burnished by her union with 15-years younger Ashton. But know the facade is collapsing as it turns out there her May-September husband is chasing 20-somethings like Sara Leal and, allegedly, Brittney Jones — who are young enough to be Demi's daughters (with her ex, Bruce Willis).
So what about those daughters, Rumer, 23, Scout, 20, and 17-year-old Tallulah? How are they handling the betrayal by Ashton, whom the young women always called "MOD," for My Other Dad?
"They're horrified," a close family friend tells OK!. "They really care about their mom and adore Ashton; they don't want to think of him as a sex-addict monster like Tiger Woods.
"Without a doubt, Rumer and Tallulah are angry with him," the pal adds. "He slept with a random girl their age [Sara]. I'm not sure which was worse — the fact that it happened, or the fact that he didn't come clean about cheating until he was caught. It came as such a shock to read about it."
Adds another insider, "The girls can't believe he'd humiliate the family like that for one night of lust. Ashton was like a brother to them. They were supportive of him last year, when the story came out (complete with a purported sex tape) about Brittney Jones. They convinced Demi to give Ashton another chance."
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