Actress Demi Moore.
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DUBAI – In a new book about her shocking life experiences, actress Demi Moore has revealed that she was raped at the age of 15.
The tell-all book, Inside Out, is set to release on September 24.
According to The New York Times, the book will give a glimpse of her difficult childhood, her Hollywood career and her marriages to actors Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher.
“It’s exciting, and yet I feel very vulnerable. I had to figure out why to do this, because my own success didn’t drive me. It’s more of an awakening than a comeback,” Moore said.
The actress, who has three daughters, also opened up about suffering a miscarriage six months into her pregnancy in 2003 when she was 42 and Kutcher was 27. She had planned to name the baby Chaplin Ray.
Moore reportedly tried fertility treatments after she married Kutcher in 2005. The couple eventually split in 2011 and divorced in 2013.
A source for US Magazine said although the break-up was difficult for Kutcher, he didn’t regret his relationship with Moore.
“It was a hard process when their marriage ended, and he was very much aware of it. But they both needed to move on and find their way separately,” the source said.
“It’s a chapter of his life that he has moved on from. He’s in a very different place now. But he knows without that experience and relationship he wouldn’t be where he is or who he is. He had to go through it to get to this place and he’s grateful for it,” the source added. DAJ/Expat Media
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