I don’t know that he’ll sue, her. I imagine two attorneys are about to make a lot of money, and the tabloids may have a good story or two, but Demi Moore is about to find out why celebrities hire publicists.
I saw this on Twitter This morning.
Well, that’s suspcious, so I clicked over to Perez Hilton’s twitter stream to try and figure out what was happening and I saw this
And there were links to this picture too:
Perez is absolutely correct when he states that Talulah is a public figure, she got that way when Demi Moore and Bruce Willis put her in movies. It’s a lot for a 15 year old, but the parents created it and they know that business. They cannot plead ignorance.
Kirsty Alley loses her mind in public:
And then the unthinkable happens.
Spencer Pratt says something smart.
Social Media is nothing new. Twitter is like the phone company and the advertising section of the newspaper all rolled up into one. News travels fast, and if you can’t stand behind what you say, perhaps it’s best to say nothing at all.
In my mind Demi Moore makes herself look like a terrible absentee parent who will not set limits on her teenage children. I don’t know that this is true, and I’m certainly not saying it is. I am not criticizing her parenting skills, though I’m sure the world is.
I guess this is why movie stars have publicists.
She did wrap up the evening with this:
Gosh, I wonder who is watching the kids.