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Bruce Willis Breaks Silence on Concerning Claims About his Health

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Bruce Willis’ representative opened up about producer Randall Emmett allegedly mistreating him, despite knowing his continued health issues.

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After announcing his retirement in March, the 67-year-old actor’s family admitted he was diagnosed with aphasia…

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The neurological disorder apparently affected the actors ability to communicate.

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But before his retirement, Bruce worked with Randall Emmett on a number of films, including the producer’s directorial debut, Midnight in the Switchgrass

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But according to reports in a leading tabloid, the 51-year-old producer knew about the actor’s neurological disorder.

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According to the Los Angeles Times, Emmett told his then-fiancee Lala Kent about how Bruce was struggling to remember lines…

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“It’s just so sad. Bruce can’t remember any of his lines. He doesn’t know where he is,” recalled Kent.

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And later denied that he was aware of Bruce’s health issue…

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The Irish producer denied that he was aware “of any decline in Willis’ health,” according to reports.

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But that’s not all, Willis’ lawyer Martin Singer responded to accusations that the producer pushed him to work harder, saying it was Bruce who “wanted to work…”

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“My client continued working after his medical diagnosis because he wanted to work and was able to do so, just like many others diagnosed with aphasia who are capable of continuing to work,” said the attorney.

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With that clarified, a shocking new revelation in the US Magazine has come to light…

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Alicia Haverland, a property master on Midnight in the Switchgrass, told the media outlet that the actor’s condition was “an open secret on the film set.”

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“Our stunt coordinator mentioned he was struggling,” said Alicia.

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“Our first AD saw he was struggling. You would have to be blind to not see him struggling,” she further added.

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But now, the actor’s representative told the US Weekly that “if Bruce didn’t want to be on set, he would not have been there.”

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“Bruce enjoyed being on set, playing golf, going to dinners, and communing with the crew. If Bruce had not wanted to be on set, he would not have been there. Willis is one of the greatest actors of his time and was sought after by multiple production companies until his recent retirement. Randall counts him among his closest friends.”

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“Randall is very proud of the work he and Bruce Willis have done over the last 15 years. In every single movie they have done together,” he concluded.

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