Demi Moore says that when she was raped at the age of 15, her rapist actually had daughters around the same age as she was at the time.
Moore sat down for an interview with Howard Stern, after the king of all media opened the Sirius/XM studios in Los Angeles, with a week full of shows from the west coast.
During the interview, Howard asked Demi about the man who she says paid her mother for access to her as a child, she said while writing the book she actually didn't even know his real name.
In fact, while interviewing with the NY Times, she said they had done the research and found out exactly who the man was who assaulted her. She also revealed the guy actually had a daughter or daughters her age.
Morre said in her new book, 'Inside Out,' she was raped at 15 years old by a man named Val Dumas. She says the guy owned a popular restaurant, Mirabelle, and her mother would take her into the establishment.
Demi tells the story in her book, her mother Ginny grew friendly with the club owner after interacting with him at the restaurant.
She believes her mother then gave him a key to their apartment, so he could get access to her alone. The actress says that after rebuffing his further advances he said to her, 'How does it feel to be whored out by your mom for $500?'
Dumas, born Basil Doumas, was Greek-born was also landlord of the popular La Cage Aux Folles club. He died in 1997 at the age of 68.
George Germanides, who ran a the Mirabelle restaurant with Doumas, told the Sun UK, "His real name was Basil and his nickname was always Val. He was a sort of silent partner of mine from 1974. He had a lot of money." He said he had "no idea" if Demi's allegations are true.
According to multiple reports, Val's family has not responded to questions about the incident.
Demi's book has reached #1 on the New York Times best seller's list and details her life with Bruce Willis, Ashton Kutcher's cheating, and her miscarriage.