NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Authorities are set to release a 911 call made from Demi Moore’s home, days after the actress was rushed to the hospital.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles city attorney’s office has recommended that certain portions of the call be deleted to comply with federal privacy laws.
The call, made around 11 p.m. Monday was reportedly placed by a friend who was at Moore’s home earlier in the evening for a dinner party. When speaking to the 911 operator, the friend said Moore is having “convulsions of some sort.”
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City attorney’s office spokesman Frank Mateljan tells the Times that the office has reviewed the tape and has made certain recommendations.
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A spokeswoman for Moore said Tuesday that the actress is seeking professional help to treat her exhaustion and improve her health. Publicist Carrie Gordon says the decision is due to the stresses in Moore’s life, and she looks forward to getting well.
Moore announced in November that she had decided to end her marriage to Ashton Kutcher following news of alleged infidelity.
Some here in New York are sympathetic with the actress’ situation.
“I really question why so many Hollywood couples have so much, yet, often find themselves in the worlds most common, every day demise,” said CBSNewYork Facebook Fan Elizabeth Kochor. “Human relationships are more complex than ever…and it is probably worse for anyone in the public eye.”
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“So you got cheated on and your marriage is over, did you really not see that coming?” wrote another CBSNewYork Facebook fan. “It’s happens every day to millions of people, deal with it and move forward.”
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