Bruce Willis’ wife Emma Heming Willis has long been pleading with paparazzi to give the actor “space” and not yell at him when he’s in public. dementia in progress.
Over the weekend, Willis posted a video on her Instagram “in the spirit of dementia awareness” and sent a message to photographers trying to capture pictures and videos of her husband after the recent incident while the actor was having coffee with friends.
“I know it’s your job, but you might as well keep your position,” he said. “For the people in the video, please don’t yell at my husband and ask how he’s doing or whatever. Woo-woo-ing and yippie-ki-yay – don’t do that. Okay? Give him space. Let him. Let our family or whoever was with him that day call him A for safe delivery from point B to point B”.
Willis added that the Hollywood star’s friends defended him and “worked hard”.
Actor’s family said last month He was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, which can cause “difficulties communicating,” according to the Frontotemporal Degeneration Association. It came a year after Willis give up acting career depending on the diagnosis of aphasia. However, as his relatives noted, his condition worsened.
CBS News medical examiner Dr. David Agus told “CBS Mornings” that Willis’ functions are “getting worse and worse” as he does. frontotemporal dementia continues to progress.
“It’s a progressive disorder … He can’t do a lot of things that we all do in life,” Agus said.
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