RESTRAINING ORDER CELEBRITY
Us Weekly has recently debunked rumors that Demi Moore's daughters are going to serve her with a restraining order.
Her three daughters, Rumer 23, Scout 21, and Tallulah Willis 18, are currently not on speaking terms with Moore, but are not ready to completely cut her out of their lives.
Moore, who has relocated from L.A. to Idaho, has kept a low profile since her stint in rehab in February after her tearful split with husband Ashton Kutcher.
Though reports of a restraining order are untrue, the girls are not quite ready to let their mother back in their lives. Demi's relationship with Scout is especially strained according to US Weekly. The issues between the daughters and Demi are reportedly due to the girls' closeness with their mother's philandering soon-to-be ex. Demi has insisted that they sever ties with Ashton, but the girls have remained close to the Two and a Half Men star, regardless. Rightfully, Demi is hurt by their relationship with Kutcher and feels betrayed.
We say Demi needs to finalize the divorce and move on 100%. Until she does that, she'll remain tormented.
A Minnesota woman attempting to obtain a restraining order against La Lohan last week has had her request denied.
Kathryn Marie Hinich claimed the actress was part of an elaborate "conspiracy" to kill her, and that LiLo had "hired a hit man." Hinich asked a judge to ban Lohan from coming in contact with her (because she obviously is in danger...)
The judge should have sent this woman to the loony bin, I'm sure Lindsay has many more alcoholic beverages things to do with her time then follow you around Minnesota.