Last year we read the news that actor Bruce Willis was retiring professionally because he had been diagnosed with aphasia, a language disorder that makes it difficult to read, write and speak, all essential tools for his career in front of the cameras, so the blow was also emotional.
Given this, the entire family of the actor made a pineapple and when we say everything is EVERYTHING. Yes, like that, with capital letters. The Christmas photo of him surrounded by all his daughters, his wife, the British actress and model Emma Heming, and his ex-wife, the interpreter Demi Moore, went viral.
The reality is that the actors, despite having finalized their divorce in the year 2000, have always maintained a great relationship, one of those movies that children of separated or divorced parents dream of. Even when she and Ashton Kutcher started dating! There are travel photos from the time with the entire Willis-Moore-Kutcher tribe enjoying their days off.
Sadly, a few days ago, the diagnosis of aphasia was joined by another: the actor also suffers from frontotemporal dementia, a disease that is sometimes confused with Alzheimer’s, one of the reasons why Chris Hemsworth has also withdrawn from the cinema temporarily, and which mainly affects the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. His symptoms are reflected in changes in behavior, speech and language problems, and motor difficulties. Between 10% and 20% of cases lead to dementia.
After this new information, the American press began to speculate about it, commenting that Demi Moore had moved into the family home of Bruce Willis and Emma Heming to “take care of the actor until the end.” This has exhausted the patience of the actor’s current wife, who has declared the following, denying the news: “Let’s nip this in the bud. It’s too stupid. Please stop.”
And it is that it must already be difficult enough to be facing a situation like this, to also have to deal with the nonsense of some media.
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