RumorFix has obtained the 911 recording that was made from Demi Moore’s house on Monday night.
On the recording, one of of the callers said Demi “smoked something” and then went into convulsions. At the time of the call she was “barely conscious,” unable to speak and being held down by one of her friends. The caller also stated Moore was “shaking” and “burning up.” During the course of the call two different women and one man communicated with 911 operators, suggesting Moore was not alone at the time she ingested what she did.
When asked if Moore was using any other drugs one of the women said the 49 year-old actress was having “issues lately with other stuff” but that they weren’t sure what drugs she was taking at the time.
By the end of the 911 call a man got on the phone and said Demi was now “much calmer,” speaking and breathing fine. It’s at that time the paramedics arrived, assessed Moore and took her to a local hospital. But it’s clear from the initial call that Moore was in distress, and those with her were highly concerned for her well being. Part of the tape that made reference to specific drugs was reportedly redacted.
Demi was rushed to hospital on Monday night for “professional assistance” with “exhaustion”. RumorFix also reported that she had mixed alcohol with benzodiazepines, which are depressants that induce sleep or relieve anxiety and muscle spasms. The mixture of the benzos and alcohol created a “pseudoseizure.”