Demi Moore's daughters may be giving her the silent treatment, but they aren't ready to cut her out of their lives entirely.
On July 16, Radar Online claimed Rumer, 23, Scout, 21, and Tallulah Willis, 18, were "seriously considering taking about a restraining order against Demi to stop her from contacting them. . . Demi has been calling them incessantly and emailing them, leaving them tearful messages and begging them to call her and the girls are sick of it."
Not so, an insider tells Us Weekly. "It's true they're not all hunky dory, getting along like they used to, but they're not about to go to those extremes!" the insider says of the Striptease star, who went to rehab in February after her split with Ashton Kutcher, 34. "They love their mom at the end of the day, and they're never going to completely abandon her."
Moore -- who spends "most of her time in Idaho, not L.A." -- isn't pestering her three children (with ex-husband Bruce Willis, 57), per the insider. "I haven't heard about Demi calling them nonstop or anything like that. Demi finds out how they're doing through friends and Bruce -- she doesn't need to go that far."
Still, an insider warns the Ghost actress' daughters aren't quite ready to let Moore, 49, back into their lives. "They all do need their space from the drama and the negativity -- Scout in particular."