Demi Moore's recent bout of bizarre behaviour as she parties in Miami has raised more than a few eyebrows and her daughters Rumer Tallulah and Scout Willis are said to be growing "ever increasingly concerned" with their mother's behaviour.
The 50-year-old has been hitting the night scene during the Art Basel event starting with the Chanel Beachside Barbecue last Wednesday where she was photographed throwing some questionable shapes as she partied with Stacy Kiebler and Lenny Kravitz. She was then reportedly “hungry for attention” according to RadarOnline at the Art Basel celebration for photographer Terry Richardson on Friday night, leading her daughters to express concern.
"Rumer, Tallulah and Scout are mortified by their mother at the moment," an insider told RadarOnline.com.
"They are becoming ever increasingly concerned about her bizarre and outlandish behavior. Demi just seems absolutely desperate for attention and they fear that she isn't in a good place mentally right now.”
Demi dances at the Chanel party in Miami (Splash News)
It's not been the easiest year for the girls, with Demi's hospitalisation and subsequent trip to rehab, they've had a lot to contend with.
The insider went on: "They had to hold an intervention for her earlier in the year prompting her to check into rehab for treatment and they fear the same thing is going to have to happen again. To say they are worried about her would be an understatement."
Demi hasn't been hitting the party scene much, but is clearly making up for it, something the girls are reportedly not pleased about. "The girls are thoroughly embarrassed by Demi right now and her desperation for attention is troubling," the source added.
Demi Moore shows off clevage at Terry Richardson party in Miami (Splash News)
"They say it is very out of character for her to be behaving the way she has been and they are concerned there is some deep routed issue at the heart of it. And, it's not just the girls who are worried - several of Demi's friends have also said they are concerned something is seriously wrong right now."