DID DEMI MOORE SAVE A LIFE TONIGHT? Demi Moore may have prevented a suicide after receiving text on her Twitter Account.

Drama played out on Twitter as I was trolling the site earlier this morning I @iPhillyChitChat got a retweet that made me want to do a little more investigating. This kid (Jeremy Lynch of Casselberry, Fl) tweets to @mrskutcher (Demi Moore) that no one loves him and he is going to hang himself on a live feed computer TV (I’m glad someone paid attention to him, cause it all looks suspicious to me. He only has 4 postings and looks to have set the account up last night) He also discovered the secret of getting a lot of followers in a short time (people are always asking me the secret, I don’t recommend this way) by getting over 200 followers in just a few short hours with his cry for help, which is what he is saying with the last Tweet to Demi
Demi Moore asks him “R U Really Asking For Help?”
And it’s all played out in Tweets about how to save this kid. This girl is smart enough to contact a suicide prevention line and the Castelberry Police (Many people did). The police verify to HeyKim that they are there and prevented Jeremy from harming himself. So maybe it was the hundreds of folks that friended him that saved him.

Will we see them reunite on a morning talk show soon (As Twitter fame occurs ie girl that Coco follows was on the tube late last week). Hopefully after Jeremy gets some therapy.

Update on story in the NY Post:

My Big Fat Greek Wedding Actress Nia Vardalos also had a hand in saving Jeremy and confirms that this wasn’t a hoax. (Twitter saves Lives)

People do care, strangers care. You don’t have to reach out to Demi Moore, you just have to reach out to the Twitter World, and definitely

Suicide Prevention Line – Don’t Tweet for help, call professionals. People do care.

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