Scout Willis Gets 2 Days Community Service for Public Drinking Arrest
Scout Willis, 21, the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, was given two days of community service following her June 4 arrest in New York City for drinking in public and using a fake ID.
"It should be resolved as an ultimate dismissal and it will be," Scout's lawyer Stacey Richman said in court.
Upon her arrest at a subway station near Union Square in Manhattan, Scout, a student at Brown University who was still 20 at the time, gave police an identification card that listed the name Katherine Kelly.
She was charged with misdemeanor counts of second-degree criminal impersonation and consumption of alcohol in a public place.