Demi Moore is revealing she lost a baby girl from a miscarriage, while dating Ashton Kutcher.
Moore sat down with The New York Times to talk about her highly anticipated memoir, Inside Out.
In the book she details her hard childhood including her mother overdosing, her marriages to Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher and her years in Hollywood.
She talks about being married to Willis during the height of her career. Moore was coming off hot from “Ghost”, “A Few Good Men” and “Indecent Proposal”, but Willis was not as excited for her success.
Moore writes in the memoir that her then-husband felt her movies took away time from the family. He also was unsure if he wanted to be married. The two share three daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah. The two got divorced in 2000.
The actress also describes how she was portrayed as greedy after being paid $12.5 million for “Striptease”. Moore is happy to have taken the heat if it helped open doors.
She wrote about her relationship with Kutcher as, “a do-over, like I could just go back in time and experience what it was like to be young, with him — much more so than I’d ever been able to experience it when I was actually in my twenties.”
Moore talks about becoming pregnant while dating Kutcher. She was planning on naming the baby girl Chaplin Ray. She lost the child while six months pregnant. She blamed herself and started drinking again. She would go on to marry Kutcher. The two tried fertility treatment but Moore reveals her drinking continued and started abusing Vicodin.
The actress then talks about her infamous 2012 medical emergency. She was rushed to the hospital after a reaction to drugs.
In the book she talks about the night in question. Moore was partying with her daughter Rumer. She was smoking synthetic weed and inhaling nitrous oxide. She suffered a seizure and had to be hospitalized.
Moore eventually got back on track and is currently sober. She even talked about taking a 10-month a spiritual course with her daughters.
The book is set for release on September 24.