Demi Moore 911 Call Actress Convulsing Smoked Something

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Demi Moore 911 Call Actress Convulsing Smoked Something: The newly released 911 call placed from Demi Moore’s home on Monday night reveals that the 49-year-old actress was smoking something and was “convulsing,” “semi conscious,” and “burning up” before help arrived.

The heavily redacted tape reveals mass confusion at Moore’s household on Monday night. “Sir, this is an emergency,” a female caller says, before giving the dispatcher Moore’s Beverly Hills address. She becomes increasingly panicked, saying, “We need an ambulance here as soon as possible, please.”

“She smoked something, it’s not marijuana, but it’s similar to … it’s similar to incense and she seems to be having convulsions of some sort,” the woman says, who identifies herself as a “friend” of the actress. She also says that Moore had been taking some “other stuff” recently but didn’t know what it was and mentions that Moore has been having “issues.”

Another woman tells the dispatcher that Moore is “burning up” and not breathing regularly but is able to squeeze her hand. At the end of the call, a man takes the phone to give the dispatcher directions to Moore’s home and says that she’s calmed down. “Now she’s breathing fine and she’s not convulsing,” he says.

On Thursday, Moore reportedly returned home from the hospital. Multiple reports have stated that Moore’s hospitalization was prompted by a seizure she suffered after inhaling nitrus oxide. Her rep has thus far declined to comment beyond her Tuesday statement that Moore is seeking treatment for stress and exhaustion.  Continue Reading…

In Honor of Martin Luther King Day

In Honor of Martin Luther King Day: Published on Monday, March 16 to learn network. instead, you our special MLK day resources page, or explore our posts we teach you how to answer some of the civil rights movement in currency questions?

As of now, people from that era, 38 thoughts and ideas about how to connect with so many students wrote-ancient history-in our world today. Please tell us why and how do you we just black history month that features a series of his ideas before the start of writing a wrap-up post. Continue Reading…

Day Of Service Honors Martin Luther King Jr

Day Of Service Honors Martin Luther King Jr: The nation pauses Monday to remember the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights icon who would have turned 83 this year had a bullet not cut short his life.

President Barack Obama will mark the holiday with a service project at the Browne Education Campus in Washington on Monday morning, and the first couple will attend the Let Freedom Ring Celebration at the Kennedy Center on Monday evening.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is scheduled to speak at the King Day at the Dome rally in South Carolina on Monday, according to organizers of the event. The event will “commemorate Dr. King’s life, draw attention to economic and educational equalities in the state, and protest the Confederate battle flag flying in front of the (state capitol) building,” organizers said.

A federal holiday to honor King, who was assassinated in April 1968, was first observed in 1986. In 1994, Congress also designated it a national day of service. Continue Reading…