Report: Demi Moore Leaves Hospital; Edited 911 Call to Be Released
(LOS ANGELES) -- Demi Moore has been released from a California hospital after reportedly suffering a seizure on Monday.
E! News says it has confirmed that the 49-year-old actress is no longer receiving treatment at Sherman Oaks Hospital, though it's unclear when she was released.
There have been numerous reports that Moore was hospitalized Monday after suffering an apparent seizure, and that she has had problems with substance abuse and/or anorexia. The official word from her rep has been that the Ghost star is seeking treatment for exhaustion due to the, "stresses in her life right now."
A recording of the 911 call that was placed prior to Moore's hospitalization will be released sometime Friday, according to the Los Angeles City Fire Department. However, a Los Angeles City Attorney spokesperson says a "very specific but limited" segment of the call, pertaining to Moore's medical history as well as information regarding any substances she may have used, will be redacted.
TMZ.com has reported that she inhaled a dangerous amount of nitrous oxide referred to colloquially as a "whip-it."
A source tells E! News that Moore had been hosting a birthday party for a friend on Monday night and was acting "pretty hyper" before she suffered an apparent seizure.
Moore's estranged husband, Ashton Kutcher, has not publicly commented on her condition, but according to a People magazine source, he "is deeply concerned for Demi." He has been in Brazil this week for a photo shoot, but he was expected to return to Los Angeles on Thursday.
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