Scout Willis gets community service for beer charge
Scout Willis has had her underage drinking and false ID charges resolved, agreeing to two days of of community service in the misdemeanor case, the AP reports. There's still no word on who Katherine Kelly really is.
Willis, the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, used that name when cops asked her for ID as she was drinking an eight-ounce can of "Pakistani beer" in Union Square in Manhattan on June 4. Problem was, the Brown student was only 20. She's 21 now, and really sorry, so the judge excused her from court without requiring a plea -- a course of action referred to as an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, the AP says, an apparently common response to first-time misdemeanors.
Scout's lawyer Stacey Richman went to great lengths to get her out of trouble, going so far as to point out Pakistan's only brewery not only doesn't make 8-ounce cans, they don't have permission to export the States anyway. No wonder the judge booted the case quickly.
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