Tallulah Willis reveals she almost died from alcohol poisoning at 15: ‘Things were very painful’

Tallulah Willis revealed that she almost died from alcohol poisoning at just 15-years-old.

Now 25-years-old, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis opened up about her troubling teenage years during a Red Table Talk which began streaming on Facebook Watch on Monday.

She was joined by her mother Demi and older sister Rumer , 31, on the show hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

Sad: Tallulah Willis revealed that she almost died from alcohol poisoning at just 15-years-old during a Red Table Talk which began streaming on Facebook Watch on Monday

Sad: Tallulah Willis revealed that she almost died from alcohol poisoning at just 15-years-old during a Red Table Talk which began streaming on Facebook Watch on Monday

Sad: Tallulah Willis revealed that she almost died from alcohol poisoning at just 15-years-old during a Red Table Talk which began streaming on Facebook Watch on Monday

Tallulah revealed that she was just 14-years-old when she first consumed alcohol as she explained: ‘We were on family vacation. 

‘It was champagne, it was very sweet. And then when I was 15, I almost died from alcohol poisoning.’

She said that she later began to turn to alcohol even more when ‘things were very painful.’

Rumer said: ‘She lived with me for a little while and I was like ‘There are three wine bottles on the bedside table’ and then all of a sudden my medicine was going missing.

Squad: She was joined by her mother Demi and older sister Rumer , 31, on the show hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris

Squad: She was joined by her mother Demi and older sister Rumer , 31, on the show hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris

Squad: She was joined by her mother Demi and older sister Rumer , 31, on the show hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris

Sad: Of Tallulah, her older sister Rumer said: 'She lived with me for a little while and I was like ‘There are three wine bottles on the bedside table’ and then all of a sudden my medicine was going missing'

Sad: Of Tallulah, her older sister Rumer said: 'She lived with me for a little while and I was like ‘There are three wine bottles on the bedside table’ and then all of a sudden my medicine was going missing'

Sad: Of Tallulah, her older sister Rumer said: ‘She lived with me for a little while and I was like ‘There are three wine bottles on the bedside table’ and then all of a sudden my medicine was going missing’

‘So then I was like “I love you, you cannot stay with me anymore.” So she got some scary a— apartment.’

Tallulah then recalled when her father Bruce Willis relocated her to the Beverly Hills Hotel where she hit a new low when he welcomed one of his daughters with second wife Emma Heming. 

She said: ‘Scout came in to tell me and I had taken a bunch of codeine and I had done a bunch of cocaine that morning and Scout couldn’t wake me up. She was shaking me.

'Scout couldn't wake me up': Tallulah then recalled when her father Bruce Willis relocated her to the Beverly Hills Hotel where she hit a new low when he welcomed one of his daughters with second wife Emma Heming

'Scout couldn't wake me up': Tallulah then recalled when her father Bruce Willis relocated her to the Beverly Hills Hotel where she hit a new low when he welcomed one of his daughters with second wife Emma Heming

‘Scout couldn’t wake me up’: Tallulah then recalled when her father Bruce Willis relocated her to the Beverly Hills Hotel where she hit a new low when he welcomed one of his daughters with second wife Emma Heming

Moving on: Tallulah's father Bruce Willis with wife Emma Heming pictured last month in New York

Moving on: Tallulah's father Bruce Willis with wife Emma Heming pictured last month in New York

Moving on: Tallulah’s father Bruce Willis with wife Emma Heming pictured last month in New York

Rumer recalled that her younger sister called panicked that she couldn’t wake Tallulah up.

The youngest daughter continued:  ‘When I finally woke up she was crying and I made her feel horrible about it.

‘I was like, “It’s fine, let me got back to bed.” I woke up a few hours later and I was just hysterically crying because it was the first window of sobriety, the tiny five minutes you wake up before you start using again. The feeling of it was just like death on my bones. I had no regard for my life, I had no care.’ 

Rumer and Scout decided to intervene and Tallulah agreed to a reunion with their mother Demi after they had not spoken for over three years.

Support system: Rumer and Scout decided to intervene and Tallulah agreed to a reunion with their mother Demi Moore after they had not spoken for over three years

Support system: Rumer and Scout decided to intervene and Tallulah agreed to a reunion with their mother Demi Moore after they had not spoken for over three years

Support system: Rumer and Scout decided to intervene and Tallulah agreed to a reunion with their mother Demi Moore after they had not spoken for over three years

The youngest daughter then moved into her mother’s home and went into treatment. 

The trio of women also talked about how the family coped with Demi’s past addiction battle, which was fueled by alcohol and painkillers.

‘It was like a monster came,’ Tallulah, 25, said. ‘I remember there’s just the anxiety that would come up in my body when I could sense that her eyes were shutting a little bit more, the way she was speaking. Or she would be a lot more affectionate with me if she wasn’t sober.’

Moore, in her memoir Inside Out, said she drank heavily and used cocaine in her 20s, before a mid-1980s rehab stint led to stay sober for nearly 20 years.

She said that she had a relapse amid a miscarriage during her 2005-2011 marriage to Kutcher, and had a seizure at a party in 2012 as result of consuming nitrous oxide and synthetic cannabis. 

Rumer described the gamut of emotions she experienced when her mother was under the influence, on the series with Smith, 48, her daughter Willow, 18, and mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones, 66. 

‘It was very weird, and there were moments where it would get angry,’ Rumer said. ‘I recall being very upset and kind of treating her like a child and speaking to her like a child. It was not the mom that we had grown up with.’

Rumer is older sister to Scout, 28, and Tallulah, from Demi’s marriage to actors Bruce Willis from 1987 to 2000. Demi was also married to musician Freddy Moore from 1980 to 1985, and to Kutcher from 2005 to 2013.

Interesting: Red Table Talk airs on Facebook Watch Mondays

Interesting: Red Table Talk airs on Facebook Watch Mondays

Interesting: Red Table Talk airs on Facebook Watch Mondays

 

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