Actor Bruce Willis and his wife Emma Heming arrive at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood
Actor Bruce Willis (R) and his wife Emma Heming arrive at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

Being the daughter of A-list actors is not as glamorous as people would think, Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis shared. The 20-year-old opened up about all the hardships she faced growing up and partly attributed them to Hollywood.

In the February issue of Teen Vogue, Tallulah Willis, the youngest of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' three daughters, shared that she battled depression when she was younger. For her, being born into Hollywood was a curse, saying her life was a mess since she was 11 years old and starting to understand who her parents are -- Hollywood royalties, so to speak. The teen also claimed that all her troubles started when they moved from Idaho to Hollywood.

"I spent my early childhood on our ranch in Idaho, I hadn't processed the full extent of my family's fame until I moved to Los Angeles and started third grade," she told Teen Vogue. "Then, suddenly, I didn't think I deserved what I had grown up with, and I remember thinking I couldn't have problems, so I kept everything bottled up inside," she added.

She claimed that when she entered teenhood, the challenges that a normal teenager faces were compounded for her, because she had to deal with negative comments about her online. Unfortunately, instead of dealing with the cyber bullies or shutting them out, the then 13-year-old turned on herself and became her own "worst critic." When she hit puberty, she said she developed an eating disorder. She also started to party too much. Her weight also yo-yoed, dropping to 95 lbs. at one point when she read about her body and weight online.

Reaching college-age did not change a thing for her, she shared. She said things turned for the worse because at the time, she could not see a point to anything anymore. She shared that she was sad, doing drugs and felt removed from her body most of the time. It was only when her sister Scout Willis pointed out that she was a mess that she was startled to reality. This reportedly prompted her to check herself into an inpatient treatment center last year.

It was also reported that her parents gave her an ultimatum last year to enter rehab. Even though she's much better now, she said there are still bad days, but she could see herself breaking old patterns, and that is exciting for her.