Scout Willis, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’ daughter was arrested this week after be caught by police in a NYC subway station with a beer and for giving the officer a fake ID. Willis was arrested Monday and released on Tuesday, but will have to return to Manhattan Criminal Court on July 31 for the misdemeanors.
Scout Willis, the 20-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, was busted for allegedly drinking a beer in the Union Square subway station and giving cops a fake ID.
The Brown University student was released without bail Tuesday and ordered to return to Manhattan Criminal Court on July 31.
The celebrity spawn was nabbed just before 7 p.m. Monday by a transit cop who spotted her with an 8-ounce “Pakistani beer,” according to court papers.
She gave the officer a New York ID card with the name Katherine Kelly, but the cop didn’t fall for it, the complaint said.
After she was questioned further, Willis brought out her real California ID.
“My name is Scout Willis,” she told the officer, according to the criminal complaint. “The first ID isn’t mine. My friend gave it to me. I don’t know Katherine Kelly.”
The aspiring singer was charged with criminal impersonation and breaking the open container law, both misdemeanors.
Scout Willis’ lawyer, Stacey Richman, said she didn’t have any details about what her client was drinking, but denied the police were misled.
“She was honest about who she was. She is a very proper, very impressive, smart young woman,” Richman said. “She presented her own ID. … She did not know who the other person on the other ID is.”
After leaving court with her desk appearance ticket, Willis spent the day holed up in her East Village apartment with an unidentified male friend.
“I’d rather not talk,” she told reporters. “That’s really invasive.”
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