Bruce Willis' lawyer Martin Singer has responded to the rumors of rumors that actor Randall Emmett knew about the actor's health issues, but allowed him to continue working regardless.

The actor was set to quit performing after being diagnosed as having aphasia. an illness of the brain that impairs communication.

My client was able to continue working following having his health diagnosis due to his desire to work, and was able to accomplish this, 

just like the majority of people diagnosed with aphasia in a position to continue working. Because Mr. Willis was in the films, they could be funding.

The result was thousands of people having jobs, many of them during the Covid-19 disease," Singer told Los Angeles Times.

The producer was reportedly told by his then-fiancée actress Lala Kent about the fact that Willis struggled in the making of "Midnight In The Switchgrass,"

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that was his directorial debut by Emmett. Emmett was reported to have stated to Kent, "I can't do this anymore. It's just so sad. Bruce

can't remember any of his lines. He doesn't know where he is." The call was reported to have been heard by two other witnesses, as reported by the site.