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Demi Moore 'released from Sundance rehab'

Published 02/03/2012

Actress Demi Moore onstage during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards
Actress Demi Moore onstage during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards
Demi Moore
Demi Moore
Demi Moore was taken to hospital on January 24
Demi Moore
Demi Moore was convulsing before she went to hospital

Demi Moore has reportedly been released from rehab and is "in no rush" to return to Los Angeles.

The 49-year-old actress was admitted to hospital in January where she was treated for exhaustion. After her health scare, Demi is believed to have checked into Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah to seek professional help for substance abuse and an eating disorder.

E! Online reports that Demi has left the treatment facility and is now on vacation.

The star is rumoured to be momentarily resisting the fast pace of Hollywood.

"She's in no rush to get back to L.A.," a source told the website. "She's on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people."

The star was left devastated last year after reports emerged that her husband of six years Ashton Kutcher had cheated on her on their wedding anniversary.

Since splitting from Ashton, she has been spotted looking painfully thin and was rumoured to have been partying to ease her heartbreak. She collapsed at her Los Angeles home on January 23 and is believed to have smoked a substance "similar to incense" before suffering a seizure.

Moore is now determined to deal with her issues and wants to get her life back on track.

"Demi is really doing well in rehab. She was about to hit rock bottom but now things are looking up for her," a source told RadarOnline recently. "Demi has a good outlook for the future and those around her think that she is taking her treatment seriously so that she doesn't have another incident like the one in January. She knows what happened was dangerous and she doesn't want to have a repeat of that again, especially not in front of her daughter."

Neither Demi nor her representatives have yet to comment on her supposed release.

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