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Demi Moore's Daughters Speak Out On Their Mom's Marriage To Ashton Kutcher

Demi Moore's daughters just gave a rare interview about what it was like living through the traumatic events in their mother's memoir, Inside Out.

This included an eye-opening account into how they really felt about Demi's marriage to Ashton Kutcher.

Thanks to the release of her memoir, Demi Moore has been an open book lately.

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But she's not the only one in her family.

Recently, two of her daughters, Rumer and Tallulah, sat down for Jada Pinket Smith's Red Table Talk to discuss all things Demi.

This included how they really felt about their mother's infamous marriage to Ashton Kutcher.

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In Demi's memoir, Inside Out, she had shared shocking things that no one would expect about their six-year marriage.

Like how she and Ashton experienced a tragic miscarriage at six months pregnant and how Ashton allegedly cheated on her twice during their marriage.

The "Ghost" actress wrote that the infidelity seemed to stem from allowing threesomes.

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“Because we had brought in a third party into our relationship, Ashton said, that blurred the lines and, to some extent, justified what he’s done,” Moore wrote.

These marital issues, coupled with her breaking 20 years of sobriety, caused her to become estranged from her daughters.

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At the time, she “didn’t take care of herself” and “she didn’t have the best relationship with her daughters either. Her life was just chaos," a source told People.

At one super low point, Rumer witnessed her mother having a drug-induced seizure at a party.

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"My daughter [was] terrified that she was gonna see me die right in front of her," she told ABC News.

Thankfully, Demi managed to get sober, making it possible for her to mend the relationships with her kids.

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When Demi's memoir was first released and Ashton publically discounting her claims, Rumer had her mom's back.

When speaking with the ladies of "The Talk," she said:

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"I think so many women have watched her, just as her daughters watch her, as this beacon of strength and this leader."

"What I really respect about her is that she is never the victim in her stories," Rumer continued.

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"She takes accountability. She takes responsibility. This is her perspective, her story. And she's the first one to say that."

"She's allowing herself to show everyone that you can go through some really difficult, hard things and you can still be someone who is thriving and taking accountability and just being a strong survivor."

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In a new interview for "Red Table Talk," Rumer and Tallulah shared how they really felt about their mother's marriage to Kutcher.

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Also present at the interview was Jada's daughter Willow, her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and Demi.

Rumer began by saying how she felt "forgotten" about when her mother was married to Ashton.

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"So much of that time with Ashton, I was so angry because I felt like something that was mine had been taken away. I think also, when she wanted to have another baby and then it wasn’t happening, and there was so much focus on that, it was like ‘Oh, well we’re not enough.'"

Talluleh could relate. For her, things got so bad that she even believed that her mother didn't love her.

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“Watching the behavior with Ashton, those years, because everyone had left the house and it was just me living there," she said.

"I felt very forgotten, and I feel like I developed and nurtured a narrative where she didn’t love me and I truly believed it.”

“I know that she does, 100 percent, but in that moment you’re hurt,” she added.

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For the years that Tallulah and their other sister, Scout, didn't speak to Demi, Rumer felt like she was the family "ambassador."

This role caused Rumer to feel alienated by her family.

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"Then my family basically shunned me and called me a 'traitor' for going to talk to her. ... Then I had no one. I had my mom, who was not capable of being my mom right now and then the rest of my family was not going to speak to me anymore."

These days, it's clear that everything came together as it was supposed to.

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The close relationships Demi has with her daughters now has become a shining ray of hope at the end of a long and very dark tunnel.