It has been confirmed that Rumer Willis was present when her mother, Demi Moore was rushed to hospital after suffering a seizure at her home. The incident happened during a birthday party that Demi had been hosting for a friend, at her home. On the recording of the 911 call that was made from Demi's home, a man can be heard saying "Hey, Rue, what's the name at the gate so that we can buzz them in from here?" E! Online have confirmed that it was Rumer Willis, Demi's 23 year-old daughter that he was addressing.
An article from E! Online today (January 31st, 2012) confirms that "a few people" were left in the house from the birthday party at the time and that Rumer Willis was in "a different part of the house" at the time that Demi went into convulsions. Only one female friend was a witness to that happening. A recording of the 911 call was released to the media but a report from TMZ two days ago suggests that the content of the call has been edited to remove references to specific drugs that Demi Moore had been taking. The article on TMZ states "the Deputy City Attorney assigned to the case heard references to whip-its and felt it would be an invasion of privacy if that information was released to the public -- so it was cut out of the tape, along with specific references to other drugs."
Since Demi's release from hospital, Rumer Willis has been spotted dining out in Los Angeles with Glenn Close and her daughter Annie Starke.