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City Attorney Doesn't Want You to Know What Drugs Demi Moore Was Doing

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Demi Moore's "people" want us to think the actress was suffering from exhaustion when her friend called 9-1-1 Monday, and now TMZ reports that Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich is requesting any drug references be redacted from the audio recording of the call when it is released to the public."The recommendation is based on patient privacy," explains the gossip site.

The trouble is, it's kinda too late, since by this time we all know that, at the very least, the 49-year-old actress formerly known as Mrs. Kutcher was lightheaded from doing Whipits. You know, that thing teenagers do because they can't get their hands on narcotics. (Did we mention Moore is 49?! Keep it classy, Demi.) Privacy is definitely a luxury when you are as famous as Ms. Moore, indeed.

Paramedics responding to the emergency call for Moore have said she was "inhaling nitrous oxide immediately before she fell into semi-consciousness and had seizure-like symptoms."

The other popular tale making the global rumor rounds is that Moore has stopped taking care of her typically fit self and is suffering from anorexia.

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In case you need this visual aid, here's the Taiwanese animation version of Moore's whipit redacted emergency: