The man who raped Demi Moore when she was just 15 was Greek-born Val Doumas, a man who had daughters around the same age as his victim, the actress has revealed.
Moore, 56, claimed last month that her mother Virginia King would take her to bars to help get attention from men and said that one night she returned home to find an older man who had a key and raped her before saying: “How does it feel to be wh***d out for $500?”
That man was revealed to be family friend Dumas, the LA landlord of the popular La Cage Aux Folles club. He died in 1997, aged 68.
In a sit down interview with Howard Stern, Moore revealed that Doumas had a daughter around the same age as Moore at the time of the assault.
George Germanides, who ran a the Mirabelle restaurant with Doumas, told local press that his real name was Basil and his nickname was always Val.
“He was a sort of silent partner of mine from 1974. He had a lot of money. I bought him out after seven years,” he said.
But he said he had ‘no idea’ if Moore’s allegations are true.
Married father Doumas met Ms King in the late 1970s, Moore said, when the club runner would have been 48.
Moore added the pair would eat at the Mirabelle, but soon Doumas would turn up at her school.
She said he later raped her in her flat, but it is not believed she reported it to the police.
Doumas daughter declined to comment to the Sun on Sunday and Moore’s representatives have not replied.