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Demi Moore Addicted To Red Bull?

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Demi Moore has a decade-old addiction to Red Bull. That’s what sources say, and they seem to be backed up by Red Bull themselves. Addiction to the energy drink reportedly contributed to her recent hospitalization.

Demi Moore is home from hospital now, but it’s been reported that she was substituting Red Bull for food in the weeks leading up to her 911 dash this week. However, her addiction to the energy drink is not a recent thing; it goes back over ten years.

Moore, a recovering addict, had cases and cases of Red Bull delivered to her home as early as 2002.  The North American Company even used the actress to advertise their product she was seen as such a fan!

They kept her in a constant supply so that she never ran out. But the trouble seemingly arose when Demi began using the energy drink in place of food in the last few months, following her split from Ashton Kutcher and all the stress surrounding that.

Just two weeks before Demi was hospitalized, she went to a Hollywood party and drank a huge amount of Red Bull, but apparently never touched alcohol.

She is also taking the prescription drug Adderall, used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. That, coupled with the Red Bull and perhaps the Whip-its she is also have alleged to have been doing immediately before her epileptic-like seizure, were too much for Demi’s body after weeks of malnourishment.

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