Bruce Willis Daughter Scandal: Scout Posts Topless Photo on Twitter! Goes On A Protest Against Instagram! Follower Wrote ‘True Inspiration To All Women’

Bruce Willis’ daughter got into a scandal when she posted a topless photo on Twitter. Demi Moore’s young lady was wearing a floral skirt and carrying a bag but nothing on top while walking the streets of New York.

Scout Willis did this as a protest against Instagram because of its anti-nudity policy. She wasn’t the first person who complained against the social networking site’s strict policy. Rihanna’s Instagram account was almost deleted because of her racy photos.

The “Diamonds” singer was forced to remove her naked photos that were shot by renowned photographer Mario Sorrenti for a magazine. Rihanna was asked to remove the racy photos because they breached the anti-nudity policy.

According to Instagram’s rules, “If you wouldn’t show the photo or video you are thinking about uploading to a child, or your boss, or your parents, you probably shouldn’t share it on Instagram.”

The social networking site also wrote, “The same rule applies to your profile photo. Accounts found sharing nudity or mature content will be disabled and your access to Instagram may be discontinued.”

Since Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’ daughter can’t post her scandal photos on Instagram, she used Twitter to spread the word. Scout posted a photo of herself buying some flowers and strolling along the streets with her bare chest.

The 22-year old captioned one of her photos “Legal in NYC but not on @instagram.” Her other photo was captioned: “What @instagram won’t let you see.” Both photos used the hashtag #FreeTheNipple, which clearly states what it means.

Scout’s shocking photos received mixed reactions. One follower wrote “True inspiration to all women #equality.” Another follower wrote, “It means women are free to do anything men can do!!”

But not everyone was pleased about Bruce Willis’ daughter’s scandal photos. Scout has only one thing to say to her haters, “Perhaps if everyone who tweeted at me to let me know how unworthy my cause is spent that same energy on a cause they did find worthwhile.”

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