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Monday 30 May 2016

Demi's boy toy ‘worries friends’

Published 19/01/2014

Demi Moore
Demi Moore

Demi Moore's friends are apparently wary of her new boyfriend because he loves partying so much.

The 51-year-old actress is dating 27-year-old musician Sean Friday and they have even been on holiday to Mexico together.

While friends are said to be happy Demi is moving on following her lengthy divorce battle with Ashton Kutcher, they reportedly have concerns about her new beau.

"Demi's friends have warned her that Sean's heavy drinking and love of partying may lead her down a dangerous path," an insider told British magazine Closer.

Demi went off the rails after her split from Ashton, which came about after he was accused of cheating on her. She was pictured looking dangerously thin and an ambulance was called after she passed out while reportedly experimenting with laughing gas. The star eventually checked into rehab to be treated for an alleged eating disorder and addiction issues. She previously sought help from a treatment clinic in the '80s and those close to her are concerned that she is putting her recovery in danger.

"Demi insists her latest stay in rehab was her last ever, but her friends worry Sean's rocker lifestyle could pull her back to her addictive past," the source said.

The actress' recent personal problems put a strain on her relationship with her three daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah - who she has with Bruce Willis. The girls didn't talk to her for some months and there were even rumours they were considering getting a restraining order, but they are now reconciled.

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