Well, at least one of our five lingering questions has been answered.
A source confirmed to E! News that Demi Moore's daughter Rumer Willis was in the house the night of Moore's emergency medical situation, and was indeed the person referred to as "Rue" by the male on the 911 call.
"Hey, Rue, what's the name at the gate so that we can buzz them in from here?" a man is heard saying during the call.
Rumer, along with a couple friends, was in another part of the house when her mom suffered her seizure.
Our source claims that "a few people" from the birthday party Moore had been hosting were left in the house at the time she went into convulsions, but only one girlfriend witnessed Demi's initial episode after the star "smoked something."
Since her mother's health scare, however, Rumer hasn't exactly been keeping a low profile. The 23-year-old was twice spotted at the hospital where Demi was treated last week prior to her release, and was even caught by paparazzi smoking a cigarette and looking distraught outside the facility.
Meanwhile, over the weekend, while Moore was beginning her spiritual counseling, Rumer and her sister Tallulah made the rounds at the Four Seasons spa in Beverly Hills Saturday afternoon. Sunday night, Rumer rejoined Glenn Close and daughter Annie Starke at a Screen Actors Guild Award afterparty at the Chateau Marmont.
Must have been nice company: she also dined with them on Saturday night.