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Daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore spotted holding two bottles of alcohol

Daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore spotted holding two bottles of alcohol. 44222.jpegBruce Willis and Demi Moore's 17-year-old daughter Tallulah Belle Willis reportedly had a run in with the law on Friday for allegedly possessing two bottles of alcohol.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Tallulah, the youngest daughter of Willis and Moore, was spotted getting out of a car with two girls in Hollywood, Calif., at around 11:00 p.m. They were holding what appeared to be two bottles of alcohol.

After a brief investigation, the officers confirmed to TMZ that the bottles consisted of hard liquor. The three girls were cited on the spot for alcohol possession, as they are all under the legal drinking age of 21, CBS News reports.

Los Angeles Police refused to comment on the case, as they do not release information about minors.

Judging from her past behaviour, Tallulah likes to walk on the wide side. Two weeks ago the scantily clad teenager flaunted some defiantly rebellious behaviour by sparking up a cigarette at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Tallulah, born in 1994, is one of three daughters Moore had while married to Willis, Daily Mail  reports.

 

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