Scout Willis gets community service for NYC case


Charges against Scout Willis, the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, were dropped Tuesday. Scout, 21, was up against misdemeanor counts of second-degree criminal impersonation and consumption of alcohol in a public place, but a Manhattan Criminal Court judge ordered her to two days of community service.

Willis was arrested in early June after she was spotted drinking a can of Pakistani beer at a subway station near Union Square in Manhattan. According to court documents, she then gave police a New York state identity card with the name of Katherine Kelly.


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