Rumer, Scout & Tallulah Willis: Lost Girls

Photo by: Vincent Sandoval/Getty Images

Photo by: Vincent Sandoval/Getty Images

They’ve been famous from the moment they were born. But now that they’re coming of age, Rumer, Scout and Tallulah Willis are grabbing headlines for different — and far more troubling — reasons.

With mom Demi Moore focusing on her own recovery and love life, dad Bruce Willis raising a baby and toddler with his new wife, and even former stepdad Ashton Kutcher starting a family of his own with Mila Kunis, an insider tells Star that the three young women feel “lost.” “They’re acting out because they’re desperate for attention,” the source explains.

Since breaking up from longtime boyfriend Jayson Blair, Rumer seems to be drowning her sorrows in increasingly self-destructive ways. “She stays out all the time and doesn’t make it home until morning,” the pal reveals, adding that the aspiring singer regularly binge drinks and hooks up with “random men.” And, consciously or not, Demi seems to be encouraging her oldest daughter to act out. “She acts like a sorority girl herself,” the insider says.

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Meanwhile, Scout, a Brown University graduate, recently gained headlines by strolling through New York City topless, showing support for the #FreeTheNipple campaign. But friends feel the bold act was really to gain her parents’, particularly Bruce’s, attention. “He is consumed with his two new babies and doesn’t call Scout or her sisters as much as he used to,” the source claims.

Finally, there’s 20-year-old Tallulah, who has been following in her sisters’ hard-partying, body-baring footsteps ever since she was arrested for drinking at age 17. “She doesn’t know right from wrong because she wasn’t given boundaries,” the insider concludes. “Tallulah looks for trouble to get attention.”

For more on the Willis sisters’ troubles, including why friends say their parents may be to blame, pick up the latest issue of Star on newsstands now!

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