Rumer Willis Was Home During Demi Moore's 911 Emergency

January 27, 2012 By:
Rumer Willis Was Home During Demi Moore's 911 Emergency

We now know that Demi Moore’s diet consists mostly of Red Bull and whip-its, and possibly an afternoon snack of salvia and/or some drug called K2 spice.

And apparently, that combination isn’t very nutritious, leading Demi to “convulse” and “burn up,” as indicated on that 911 emergency call released today. TMZ, who released the audio from the call, pointed out that Demi’s daughter, Rumer Willis, was at home during the time of the emergency:

“If you listen to the 911 tape -- around the 00:54 mark -- you'll hear the caller ask, ‘What is the address Ru?’”

The site says that they’ve been told Demi was inhaling nitrous oxide in the presence of her daughter, 23.

On the tape, the caller says that Demi “smoked something. It’s not marijuana, it’s similar to incense. She seems to be having convulsions.”

RadarOnline suspects it could be K2 Spice, a “currently legal herbal incense product spiked with powerful designer drugs.”

Dr. Phil Dembo, after hearing the 911 call, confirmed: “It sounds like Demi smoked K2 Spice. The problem with synthetics of any kind is they can cause anxiety or depression and cause panic or hyperventilation type of experience. There is racing of your body and those things chemically take you over.”

Meanwhile, Ashton’s been keeping quiet on the whole thing. He Tweeted a photo of a Los Angeles sunset and then some news story about Google making a Lolcat generator.

As for Dem—wait, huh? A lolcat generator?! Looks like my weekend’s just been planned!