Demi Moore, Bruce Willis' daughter Tallulah Willis leaves rehab
Tallulah Willis is on the mend. The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore has apparently left the treatment facility where she sought help for her various issues earlier this year.
The fashion blogger took to Twitter late July to bid farewell to her friends and fans with the message, "bai bai," a tweet that has since been deleted, but nearly six weeks later, she is now back home.
According to People magazine, a source revealed to them that Tallulah left the treatment facility on Wednesday and she was picked up by her famous mom.
It was previously reported that Tallulah had been given an ultimatum by her parents, forcing her to seek help or lose everything, with a source previously revealing to People magazine that she had been badly affected by her parents divorce, as well as her mom's second divorce from Ashton Kutcher, which led the A Few Good Men actress to be hospitalized.
The style enthusiast has since resumed her activity via social media and even took to Instagram to thank StyleLikeU for the interview that she did with them called "What's Underneath," in which she candidly spoke about her eating disorder and body dysmorphia.
Tallulah posted a picture of herself with the caption, "Very grateful to have been apart of @stylelikeu what's underneath project. peep the rest on their site."
In the interview, she stated, "I viewed super-skinny me as smart, intelligent. I was able to have the physical transformation so everyone could see me differently."
She also posted a photo of herself in her underwear on Instagram on Wednesday, with the caption, "Down to the bones of an outfit, proving it is about what's underneath."
We hope that Tallulah is in a better place now and that her time in the treatment facility helped her to deal with her struggles.