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“I’m always going to advocate for my husband”: Bruce Willis’ Wife Emma Heming Ruthlessly Dispatched Troll Claiming She’s Using Husband’s Dementia for Her ‘5 Minutes of Fame’

"I'm always going to advocate for my husband": Bruce Willis' Wife Emma Heming Ruthlessly Dispatched Troll Claiming She's Using Husband's Dementia for Her '5 Minutes of Fame'

Bruce Willis’s wife, Emma Heming Willis, recently reacted angrily to an Instagram troll who accused her of exploiting her husband’s frontotemporal dementia diagnosis for five minutes of fame. In a video released in response to the allegations, Emma Heming Willis stated unequivocally that she would continue to fight for her husband and use her celebrity status to bring attention to frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

Emma Heming Willis is Bruce Willis’s biggest supporter

Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis

In response to a troll claiming she was exploiting her husband’s illness for attention, Heming posted a video to Instagram where she defended herself vigorously. She affirmed that she would continue to speak out on Willis’s behalf and educate the public about frontotemporal dementia and its effects on patients and loved ones.

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Heming also shared that she has been experiencing grief and sadness since learning of her husband’s diagnosis, but she intends to channel those feelings into constructive action.

“I just saw something about me getting my ‘five minutes’, which is great, which means that you’re listening. So, I’m going to take my five minutes and I’m going to turn it into 10 because I’m always going to advocate for my husband.”

The couple received an outpouring of love and support after they shared the news of Willis’ diagnosis with the world last month. Her response to the troll demonstrates Heming’s dedication to using her platform to promote FTD awareness and help her husband cope with the disease.

Bruce Willis with his wife Emma Heming Willis
Bruce Willis with his wife Emma Heming Willis

FTD has a devastating impact on people’s lives, yet it is frequently misunderstood and ignored. The work of FTD advocates like Emma Heming Willis seeks to alter this. Heming Willis is using her fame to bring attention to frontotemporal dementia, highlighting the critical need for more research funding, community resources, and education about the disease.

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Bruce Willis with his family
Bruce Willis with his family

Yet, as the troll’s comment shows, their efforts are frequently disregarded or misunderstood and may be subject to false assumptions and accusations. Heming Willis’ advocacy highlights the importance of carers and their difficulties.

How Emma Heming Willis responded to the troll’s accusation shows the power of turning negative emotions into constructive action. Heming Willis, however, refuses to be deterred by the criticism and instead plans to use what she has learned to help others.

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Bruce Willis and Emma Heming have raised two daughters since their 2009 wedding. Willis’s first marriage to Demi Moore gave him three daughters with the American actress. Despite his successful acting career, Willis’s current fight with FTD has highlighted the disease and the need for increased awareness and support.

Willis has mostly stuck to appearing in direct-to-video films as of late, with 2019 marking his final major film role. But now he’s putting all his energy into getting healthy and defeating FTD; and his wife, Emma Heming, and the rest of his family are there for him every step.

Source: Instagram

Written by Mabel Andrady

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