Demi Moore’s daughter in ‘nude photo scandal’

3 July 2012
Demi Moore’s daughter in ‘nude photo scandal’
Demi Moore

Demi Moore’s daughter Tallulah Willis is embroiled in a nude photo scandal.

Topless pictures that are allegedly of the teen are being shopped around to various media outlets, RadarOnline reports.

The images are said to show Tallulah topless and hamming it up for the camera while smoking.

Last year, the then 17-year-old, whose father is Bruce Willis, was cited for underage drinking while out in Hollywood.

Tallulah’s Sister Scout, 20, was arrested last month for drinking alcohol under the legal age of 21 in New York City.

If the images are indeed of Tallulah, she will be the latest in a long line of female celebrities like Christina Aguilera, Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Alba to be caught up in nude picture scandals.

Tallulah’s mother Demi spent some time in rehab earlier this year for exhaustion and an eating disorder following her split from estranged husband Ashton Kutcher.

Tallulah recently told StyleLikeU what Demi taught her about body image.

“My mom was very much like, ‘Love your body, love yourself, run around naked,’” Tallulah shared. “Whatever we wanted to do, it was very accepting.”

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