Reports that Demi Moore's three daughters are taking legal action against their mother have been denied on Thursday.
It was rumored that Rumer, Scout, and Tellulah Willis had filed a restraining order against their 49-year-old mother in order to separate themselves from her recent troubles.
However, since those rumors emerged a source has since come out denying that the young women were seeking a restraining order from Moore, according to E! News.
While Moore and her daughters, aged 23, 21, and 18, have not been photographed together in several months, the family is apparently intact.
Moore shares Rumor, Scout, and Tellulah with her ex-husband, actor Bruce Willis. The couple divorced in 2000.
Problems within the family arose last year when Moore announced her split from Ashton Kutcher in November. The actress grew increasingly thin, and in December was rushed to the hospital for "exhaustion" while it was rumored that she had suffered seizures after using unknown drugs.
Last month, reports surfaced that Moore's daughters were considering an intervention on behalf of their mother.
"[Moore's daughters] are so concerned about their mum that they're considering if they should stage an intervention," reported a source, according to Radar Online.
An "intervention" would imitate AETV's series where addicts are faced with the realities of their drug addiction while their family fathers around them.
"Demi has been doing things that make them worry that maybe she isn't staying sober and they're not happy about her behavior," said the insider.
"They don't know what to do to help her, and they're starting to sounder if she needs help again," the source added of the three siblings.
The insider assured that, regardless of Moore's relationship with her daughters, that the three girls are concerned about their mother's well being.
"Demi's girls are going to get help for their mum no matter what, but their relationship with her is so strained right now that it is hard to get anything done," reported Radar Online.