Willis’ Daughter & Bust

May 1, 2011 by Post Team 

Willis’ Daughter & Bust, It is too early for its own sake. The 17-year-old daughter of Hollywood power couple Demi Moore and Bruce Willis was arrested Friday night in Los Angeles for possession of alcohol, reported.

Tallulah Belle Willis rebellious teenagers was discovered by police to leave a car in Hollywood with two friends at 11 pm The children’s friends were carrying two bottles of liquor among them, according to the Web site.

Because Tallulah is a minor, police said Los Angeles would not confirm the report of TMZ.

Generate celebrity called her father to her release from police custody, but apparently was Demi who had to carry her daughter home.

The budding actress, who has scored roles in “The Whole Ten Yards” and “The Scarlet Letter”, has also been linked romantically with the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Patrick.

The former couple Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, daughter Tallulah invited trouble after being caught with two underage friends to bring alcohol.

The child star of 17 years old and her friends were caught as they emerged from a vehicle in Hollywood on Friday night.

Moore arrived late to pick her up from the police station, reports

Ronnie’s latest album is not about romance

Singer Ronnie Wood says most of his songs on his latest album are about his failed relationship with the waitress Ekaterina Ivanova.

The 63-year-old, who came 18 months Ivanova, admits that reflects his feelings in songs from the album “I Feel Like Playing”, which was launched last year.

“Many of the songs are about the relationship was with Katia. Left home and out of my marriage to Jo. It was something I had to do. I do not know what led me to it, but I had to,” dailymail. quoted as saying.

Police warned division Two after a difficult relationship that ended after Wood after a public fight with her in 2009.

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