Scout Willis sentenced for underage drinking and fake ID
According to the New York Post, she struck a deal with prosecutors in which the case will be dismissed providing she serves two days community service and stays out of trouble for six months -- pretty common for first-time offenders facing non-violent misdemeanors.
Willis, a student at Rhode Island's Brown University, was 20 at the time of her arrest in New York City. She was caught drinking an 8-ounce Pakistani beer in Manhattan's Union Square and made matters worse by giving cops a fake ID with the name "Katherine Kelly." She later confessed that the ID wasn't hers.
Willis has until Oct. 2 to complete her community service.