Suffering from frontotemporal dementia, Bruce Willis becomes a shadow of himself day after day. Closer tells you everything!
On Wednesday March 30, 2022, Demi Moore took to social networks to make a terrible announcement: “To the amazing Bruce supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has had health issues and was recently diagnosed with aphasia, which has an impact on his cognitive abilities. Therefore, and after careful consideration, Bruce abandons this career that meant so much to him.“. Bruce Willis was entering a particularly difficult period of his life after having lived the American dream for forty years.
This Friday, March 17, a family member of Bruce Willis has made some terrible new revelations about the actor’s state of health. “His movements are very slow, with constant aggressivenessconfided his first cousin Wilfried Gliem to our colleagues from the German newspaper across the Rhine Picture. He is no longer able to hold a normal conversation. This behavior is typical of patients with the same condition“. The article also tells us that Bruce Willis would have a hard time recognizing his own mother. The consequence of an incurable neurodegenerative disease that attacks brain neurons in the frontal and temporal lobes.
Bruce Willis’ wife has a very special request for the paparazzi
Difficult to preserve Bruce Willis curious looks, especially since his withdrawal from the media scene. Despite the illness that strikes and weakens him, the actor remains the target of the paparazzi. By dint of seeing him being shouted at all the time, his wife Emma Heming issued a call to order on social networks: “This video is for to the paparazzi trying to get exclusive photos and videos of my husband: stay where you are! Don’t yell my husband’s name, don’t ask him how he is. stop telling him ‘Yippee-ki-yay’ (in reference to one of the cult replicas of diehard)” She clarifies: “If you are caring for someone with dementia, you know how it can be difficult and stressful to help this person liveand even to have a cup of coffee…“