Tallulah Willis, 17, busted for underage drinking

The last time we saw Tallulah Willis, Bruce and Demi’s youngest girl, 17, she was wearing a bikini top and cut offs and sucking on a cig at Coachella. Fast forward about two weeks later and little Tallaluah is getting cited in LA for underage drinking. Radar Online has this news and it seems to be a minor incident as far as teenage antics go, (at least no one was driving drunk and no drugs were involved) but still it points to the fact that she’s acting wild and needs to reign it in.

Friday night, the 17-year-old youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis was cited for underage drinking in Hollywood, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.

Because of her age, cops weren’t able to simply release Tallulah. Mom Demi came and collected her errant daughter…

Neither mom, dad or stepdad Ashton Kutcher have made any comment about Tallulah’s teenage indiscretion.

[From Radar Online]

I checked Demi and Ashton’s Twitter accounts and they’re mostly tweeting about that bizarre RealMen campaign they launched for their charity against sex slavery. It’s all very sketchy in that it’s a new charity and is helmed by Demi and Ashton. They’re members of that Kabbalah cult that Madonna belongs to and we know what happened to her charity.

Getting back to reality, maybe Demi and Ashton should be concentrating their efforts a little closer to home. A lot of teenagers go through rebellious periods and underage drinking and smoking is potentially minor in comparison to what other kids are doing. Still, Tallulah could be doing much worse behind the scenes and she needs her parents around for guidance. You know that Bruce is going to be sitting her down and having a talk with her at least. I doubt Demi and Ashton are particularly strict parents.




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  1. JaisyMaisy says:

    Those shorts are hideous.

  2. kazoo says:

    her eyes are…hmm. they should drug test her as well.

  3. brin says:

    Wild child.

  4. RHONYC says:

    she’s actually looking like she’ll be the best lookin’ kid out of the bunch.

    jussayin. 😉

  5. Kevin says:

    She’s drinking in an effort to forget about that fugged up name her mom and dad gave her. At least she escaped the family curse of Taterheaditis!

  6. DGO says:

    I remember Bruce bragging about how his kids would never drink or do drugs because they knew there was a family history of addiction and alcoholism. Guess he spoke too soon.

  7. dorothy says:

    17 and drinking, smoking and running wild. Wow, great parentling with that kid. Just another Lohan in the making. So glad I don’t live in Hollywood.

  8. Bodhi says:

    Oh noes! Drinking & smoking at 17! How dare she behave like every other 17 year old in America?!

  9. Janna says:

    She’s seventeen. It’s nothing that doesn’t happen all over the country, kids experimenting, not just Hollyweird.

  10. merski says:

    I always thought the legal age limit for drinking in USA was waaaaay high. In most European countries it’s 18 and it’s totally reasonable IMHO. And you’re not gonna convince me that european teens are somehow morally inferior or whatever just because they can drink legally 3 years sooner. Plz.

  11. mln76 says:

    I agree that in Europe and most other countries the drinking age is more appropriate….but Americans are f–d up when it comes to drinking we are so puritanical that we as a society don’t understand moderation. Plus Tallulah looks like the wild youngest that ends up giving Mom and Dad a heart attack.

  12. NoFrank says:

    I will never understand why anyone thinks strapless bikini tops are flattering. Only a strapless bikini top could make perky 17-year-old-breasts look like they hang down around your belly button.

  13. Sue says:

    Maybe Demie needs to spend less time twitting dumb shit, photos of herself in bikinis, twitting about what ever diet she doing and going on vacation with her toddler of a husband and focused on her kids because Tallulah seems to need her. I’m not say Bruce doesn’t have a hand in this because as her father he does but he not photograph on vacation with his wife all the time and is not twitting dumb stuff. I see a lot more pictures of Bruce and kids out in about shopping, getting ice cream and walking around then the kids with Demi most of the time she is seen with her kids is on the red carpet any other photos of her she with Ashton. Most teenage girls would rather go shopping with their mother then their father but I guess when your mother is acting like a teen herself being in public with her would be embarrassing.

  14. malachais says:

    Yes there are alot of teenagers doing this, so it is difficult to judge demi and ashton just because they’re celebrity parents. They really should get onto her for walking around in that hideous outfit. She looks like a straight up crackhead whore.

  15. Bodhi says:

    I think we don’t understand moderation BECAUSE the drinking age is so high. Most of the people I know started drinking when they were in their teens; I know I was allowed to have a glass of wine at holiday dinners when I was, like, 14. I think that if drinking wasn’t seen as such a taboo or (in some circles) a shameful thing, people wouldn’t go nuts with it.

  16. Catherine says:

    She is all kinds of fugly.

  17. Ellie says:

    What a lil piece of trash.

  18. mln76 says:

    @Bohdi actually the drinking age law is one of many that proves how uptight this country is about alcohol. As anyone who lived in a New England state can tell you there are still laws on the books that come from the Puritans. In NY they finally took away the law that all liquor stores have to be closed on Sundays a few years ago.

  19. Lucky Charm says:

    @mln76 – in Washington State they just allowed liquor stores to open for a few hours on Sundays about three or four years ago, and if you’re 16 you can legally drink at home under your parents supervision.

    I agree that the drinking age here is too high. It just encourages binging and far more problems with younger people. Learn to drink responsibly when you’re young, and you won’t be tempted to booze it up the minute you get to college and are away from your parents.

  20. Bodhi says:

    @mln ~ Same goes here in South Carolina You can buy beer & wine at grocery stores, but all liquor stores are closed on Sundays. They just recently passed laws so that you can order drinks in restaurants on Sundays.

    I still think its interesting that the drinking age is regulated state by state. I know its tied to federal funding for highways, but I still think its odd that all 50 states have agreed on the same policy.

  21. TXCinderella says:

    In that second pic, she has the same jawline as Potato Head.

  22. Enn says:

    WTH is tattooed on her stomach? I know I was drinking/smoking at 17, but not in broad daylight where paps could see me. That just says “I don’t give a sh*t.”

  23. Hakura says:

    Honestly, I don’t like alcohol, & of course a lot of people (especially young people who don’t know how to handle it, or have bad judgment) do so often.

    Much as I dislike it, & think people should avoid it as much as possible, the ‘drinking’ age of 21 doesn’t make sense. If you can enlist & go fight & die for your country at 18, you should be able to have a damned beer. You’re considered an adult at 18, which means to me that you’re being given credit for make your own decisions on everything else, so it makes no sense that drinking isn’t included.

  24. fabgrrl says:

    OMG!! A seventeen year old is drinking! and smoking! Move over, Angelina, Demi is now the WORST MOTHER IN THE WORLD!

  25. original kate says:

    who didn’t?

  26. lucy2 says:

    This is not shocking or scandalous, but I bet Demi was annoyed her busy schedule of tweeting got interrupted.

  27. eternalcanadian says:

    Wow, smoking, tattoos, drinking, all by age 17? Way to go Bruce and Demi for exemplary parenting. 😐

    And to the people that say 21 is too high a drainking age and that it should be lowered, may I introduce you to Alberta where the drinking age is 18 and the drunk driving rate for kids that age is one of the worst and the suicide rate the highest in Canada.

    As for the military the enlistment age is what should be increased from 17 to 21.

  28. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    *Puts on fairy tale cap*

    What’s so damned horrible about not drinking, kids?

    *Removes it*

    Contrarianism for its own sake, woo. Rock music. T’Pau tickets!

  29. Hakura says:

    @EternalCanadian“Wow, smoking, tattoos, drinking, all by age 17? Way to go Bruce and Demi for exemplary parenting.
    And to the people that say 21 is too high a drainking age and that it should be lowered, may I introduce you to Alberta where the drinking age is 18 and the drunk driving rate for kids that age is one of the worst and the suicide rate the highest in Canada.
    As for the military the enlistment age is what should be increased from 17 to 21.”

    Fair enough. I’d peronally rather they raised the age of enlistment, instead of lowering the age for alcohol.

    I’ve never understood what it was about drinking that pulls people so hard… But then again maybe that;s because I don’t get anything out of it. I process alcohol so quickly with my metabolism that the only reaction I get is to become unpleasantly sleepy. I don’t get any of the positive effects like having a ‘buzz’ or anything.

  30. di butler says:

    Uh, this story isn’t exactly right. The cops saw them stumble out of a car with very visible bottles. How do you know no one was drinking and driving?

  31. trtgfc17 says:

    Yeah sadly I think the cigarette is working for her because it takes the attention away from her GIGANTIC CHIN hehehehehehe (*banjo music*)

  32. ladybert62 says:


  33. luls says:

    I dont think shes done anythin that the rest of 17 year old girls in America arent doing today. I was drinking at age 17 too. (But then again, I was a freshman in college surrounded by 18 year olds who were legally allowed to drink, and I DONT live in the US)

    That being said, its stupid of her to be doing it so publicly.

    PS: Her smoking bothers me much more than drinking.

  34. Lia says:

    Those girls sure didn’t get anything good from their gene pool……

  35. Hakura says:

    @Lia – I disagree, I think the girls really got their mother’s *eyes*…. The problem is that no one is payng attention to them because they got everything else from Bruce. x_x

    It’s always a roll… But these two should avoid gambling.

  36. Rasputina says:

    @Eternalcanadian – I live in a country where drinking age is 18. According to your point of view, we’d be a nation full of lowlifes and drunk drivers. Except we’re not. So I beg the pardon of the bloggers of Celebitchy, but I’m going to have to go with a mild ad hominem and tell you to quit making assumptions that have been proved wrong by others examples.
    Believe me if I tell you that restricting drinking like that ends up with lots of teenagers who also get the thrill of rebelling and doing something illegal, added to the buzz of alcohol.

  37. Magsy says:

    Oh make no mistake Bruce Willis acorns off the Bruce Willis tree baby!!Demi’s girls have probably been raising themselves for years, once Demi adopted Ashton. 🙂