Scout Willis expresses her gratitude for the “flow of love” she and her family have received since her father’s revelation Bruce Willis Aphasia Diagnosis.
“The wonderful outpouring of love I’m experiencing right now is absolutely amazing,” Scout, 30, wrote on Instagram Story Wednesday over a funny photo of the “Die Hard” star, 67, in a bandana.
“Thank you all for showing such incredible tenderness and love to my father and my entire family!”
In a statement posted to social media earlier Wednesday, the Bruce family announced that the legendary actor would be “giving up” on his “decades-long career” that meant so much to him.
Aphasia is a medical condition It can affect a person’s ability to speak, write and understand language, both orally and in writing, According to the Mayo Clinic. It usually occurs after a stroke or head injury.
After the heartbreaking announcement, sources told Page Six exclusively that the “Whole Nine Yards” star was too Having problems with movie sets.
“He had cognitive problems; a source told us they all knew Bruce had problems.” Everyone knows, the cast and crew. His family intervened. Go to him to take care of him.”
The source added that Bruce was using “earphones, to hear things, to feed him lines”, and “it was increasingly difficult to appear on screen.”
Our insiders explained that movies are getting closer to where the “Pulp Fiction” star lives to make production easier. But the source said, “It has become very clear that he has a problem… he can’t act anymore.”
The Golden Globe winner still has several projects in the box or in post-production, including “Vendetta,” “Fortress: Sniper’s Eye,” and “White Elephant,” as well as “Fortress 3” in pre-production.
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