MANHATTAN CRIMINAL COURT— Scout Willis, the 21-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore who was busted last month for drinking beer in Union Square and then handing cops a fake ID will have her case dismissed as long as she serves two days of community service and stays out of trouble for six months, prosecutors said.
A Manhattan judge agreed on Tuesday to the deal—hashed out by prosectors and Willis's lawyer, Stacey Richmond—that will also leave the Brown University student with a clean criminal record.
In June, Willis, then still 20, was charged with two misdemeanors—consuming alcohol in a public place and second-degree criminal impersonation, for trying to use a fake ID, after cops caught her with an open "Pakistani beer" in Union Square.
When the officer first stopped and questioned her, Willis gave a fake New York ID with the name Katherine Kelly, according to a criminal complaint. But with more prodding, she offered up her real one.
Willis, who did not make a court appearance, didn't have to enter a plea as part of the deal—the judge granted what's known as an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal. The case will be dismissed pending her service and good behavior.