Demi Moore reportedly in rehab at luxe Cirque Lodge in Sundance
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Demi Moore reportedly has been getting help for addiction and an eating disorder at a luxe Utah rehab since shortly after her hospitalization last month.
After being hospitalized Jan. 23, she grabbed some things and headed to get help at the Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah, a rehab source told E! Online.
"She's on total lockdown and only talking to a small group of people," the source said. Other celebs treated at Cirque include Lindsay Lohan, Kirsten Dunst and, possibly concurrent with Demi, Brooke Mueller. [Updated, 6:45 p.m. Jan. 6: Or not.]
The timing of her check-in is in conflict with earlier reports that she'd been visited at home last week by ex-husband Bruce Willis and estranged husband Ashton Kutcher, the latter of whom had been in Brazil when the 49-year-old actress "smoked something" and went into "convulsions," as described on a 911 call made on her behalf.
Those reports, however, said only that separate cars carrying the men had gone to Moore's home last Wednesday. Perhaps they visited the house, and not Demi?
"He was worried about her and wanted her to get better," a source told the mag. "Many of her friends did the same thing, but she just wouldn't listen." TMZ reported Moore had been doing "whip-its" -- nitrous oxide inhalants -- the night she went to the hospital.
Another report had the noticeably skinny Moore subsisting on Red Bull, lettuce and a daily spoonful of tuna.
But a recent Us Weekly report that Moore had been trying to track down Zac Efron at a party in Venice may be a bit disengenuous: The actress was spotted at a party that Efron attended, sources told E! News, but it's Rumer Willis, not her mom, who socializes with the 24-year-old "17 Again" actor.
Only one statement has come from Moore's camp since she was rushed to a Sherman Oaks hospital: "Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health. She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends," her rep said.
Photo: Demi Moore at the "Margin Call" premiere in New York City on Oct. 17. Credit: Peter Kramer / Associated Press