Emma Heming Willis is putting trolls in their place after she was accused of using husband Bruce Willis’ dementia to get “five minutes” of fame.
“I just saw something about me getting my ‘five minutes’, which is great, which means that you’re listening,” the model, 44, said in an Instagram video.
“So, I’m going to take my five minutes and I’m gonna turn it into 10 because I’m always going to advocate for my husband,” she said.
Watch the video above.
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The claims follow a recent video post by Emma, where she sent a strong message to paparazzi who were reportedly lined up near her and the actor’s home, hoping to get a photo of him.
“This one is going out to the photographers and the video people that are trying to get those ‘exclusives’ of my husband out and about: just keep your space,” the model said at the time.
In her new video, Emma sent an equally strong message, telling viewers she “didn’t come to play”.
“I’m going to turn my grief and my anger and my sadness into something good around something that feels less than. So, watch this space because I didn’t come to play,” she said.
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Emma and the actor have been married since 2009, and share two young children, Mabel, 10, and Evelyn, eight.
Just last month, Emma and Willis’ ex-wife Demi Moore shared an update about his health, after revealing the actor had been diagnosed with aphasia last year.
The pair revealed that the actor’s diagnosis had been updated to frontotemporal dementia (FTD)
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Previously, Willis’ entire family had come together to announce his aphasia diagnosis, and that the actor, who is just 67, would be stepping down from his craft.
The message came from Emma, Moore, Moore and Willis’ children The family, Scout, Rumer and Tallulah, and young Mabel and Evelyn.