Demi Moore won't go to rehab

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DEMI Moore is reportedly refusing to go to rehab.

The 49-year-old actress is being urged to seek professional help for her alleged anorexia and substance abuse issues but she is reluctant to enter a facility, despite being hospitalised last week after she suffered a seizure at a birthday party at her Beverly Hills home.

Demi's three daughters, Scout, 20, Tallulah, 16, and 23-year-old Rumer - who was present at the bash when her mother was taken ill - are all said to be in favour of their mother getting treatment.

A source told "Demi needs help but she's not ready to get it. She doesn't want to check into rehab even though her daughters want her to, especially Rumer, who was at home and witnessed her convulsing Demi thinks her problems are emotional and that she doesn't need rehab."

Instead, Demi - who is reported to have "smoked something" at the party before she had the seizure and has become dependent on Red Bull and prescription drugs - has been undergoing "spiritual counselling" since being released from Sherman Oaks Hospital last week.

The 'Ghost' star is believed to have struggling to cope with her split from husband Ashton Kutcher last November.

She is currently staying at an "undisclosed location" as she recovers from her ordeal.

At the moment, Rumer and Tallulah are living with their father Bruce Willis, while Scout is enrolled at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

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