Demi Moore is being very candid in a new memoir titled “Inside Out” in which she dives into her past marriages, including blaming her drinking on the miscarriage she had with Ashton Kutcher’s child.
“There is no cover of a character,” she added. “It’s not somebody else’s interpretation of me.” (RELATED: Demi Moore Strips Down For Nude Cover Shot Of Harper’s Bazaar)
Moore continued, while explaining that writing the memoir was part of rediscovering herself. (RELATED: Celebrate Anna Kendrick’s Birthday With Her Hottest Looks [SLIDESHOW])
“It’s more of an awakening than a comeback,” the “Ghost” star explained.
In the upcoming memoir, Moore talked about her relationship and marriage to actor Ashton Kutcher, who was 15 years younger than her and said it was all about “a do-over, like I could just go back in time and experience what it was like to be young, with him — much more so than I’d ever been able to experience it when I was actually in my twenties.”
Later, she opens up about getting pregnant with him before the two married and how she blames her drinking on the miscarriage she suffered with his child.
According to the report:
She became pregnant soon after, with a girl who she intended to name Chaplin Ray, but Moore lost the child about six months into the pregnancy. She had started drinking again and blamed herself for the loss. Moore and Kutcher married in 2005 and pursued fertility treatments in hopes of getting pregnant again. But her drinking worsened, and she started abusing Vicodin, all before learning that Kutcher had cheated on her.
Kutcher and Moore separated in 2011 and divorced two years later.
But the “Indecent Proposal” star went on to explain that this book isn’t about “blaming anyone” for what happened in her life.
“I’m definitely not interested in blaming anyone,” Moore shared. “It’s a waste of energy. I hope that everyone that’s in the book feels like it’s…I don’t know what I hope they feel. Good, not bad.”
“Inside Out” comes out September 24.