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Demi To Perez: Tallulah's Off-Limits, Creep!

demi-moore-tallulah-willisAfter posting unflattering pictures of her 15-year-old daughter Tallulah and ridiculing her skimpy outfit, Demi Moore counterattacked calling him out for ridiculing minors… and she’s not the only one. Now, it’s come to light that Perez agreed to take it easy on celebrities under the age of 18 for at least 6 months. Promise=broken.

Demi took it to Perez on her Twitter site, saying:

“Clearly Perez Hilton isn’t taking violating child pornography laws very seriously… He might not but there are a lot of people who do.”

To me, Demi’s child pornography accusations missed the mark (Perez posted some pictures of Tallulah with the words “boobs” and “ass” in his trademark scrawl), not exactly textbook pornography. Luckily for Demi, she’s getting a second wave of support, since it seems that Tyra Banks made him promise not to slam minors for 6 months.

From Gatecrasher:

“When you’re a kid, especially the kid of a celebrity, I don’t feel that they should be put in the public in a way to be made fun of. I feel they should be protected,” Tyra says on the show, which airs on the CW at 4 p.m. She asks Perez to comply for a year, and he reasons that they should compromise on six months.

So, he definitely didn’t hold up his end of the bargain. Not to mention that his a kind of a douche to begin with.

Still, to be fair to Perez, the pictures of Tallulah feature the 15-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore looking mighty tipsy in a low-cut dress with a pack of cigarettes in her hand. So, his criticism of Bruce and Demi’s parenting is at least partly justified.

In fact, I think the main reason Demi  got so angry is that Perez slammed her as a parent. I wonder if Demi would have gotten so worked up if Perez had simply made fun of Tallulah?

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