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As Demi Moore, 49, tries to put her life back together — reportedly at Utah's Cirque Lodge — her family members are desperately reaching out to let her know that she's not alone in her struggle.

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"I'm worried about her," Demi's half sister, Charlotte Harmon Egger, tells Star exclusively. "It's hard for me not to cry [about it]." Adds Demi's half brother, Charles, "We're here for her if she wants… If she wants to talk. I'd love it."

Charlotte first met Demi more than 30 years ago, when Demi and her mother, Virginia Guynes, visited Houston, Texas, to visit Demi and Charlotte's father, Charles Harmon Sr.

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"It was very exciting," Charlotte recalls. "When the visit was over, she sent some modeling pictures to my dad and I remember my mom saying that Demi was going to be famous. She was already driven." Sadly, the families grew apart, and that was the last time they saw each other. "I feel helpless because I can't reach out and call her," Charlotte says.

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