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    Rumer Willis Hits Up Free the Nipple Party, Questions "Drugs, Arrests & Dangerous Sex" Claims

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    Rumer Willis is taking a stand against the man!

    The actress attended a "Free the Nipple" fundraiser presented by Mr. Pink Beverages and hosted by Russell Simmons at the Mondrian Los Angeles's Skybar Thursday. To show her support, she wore a tee that featured a print of three boobs.

    "Free the Nipple" is equality movement that aims to empower women. "We stand against female oppression and censorship, both in the United States and around the globe," the organization says. In addition to Rumer, celebrities including Miley Cyrus, Lena Dunham and Liv Tyler have joined the cause.

    Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' 25-year-old daughter is in the news for another reason this week: she's featured on the cover of Star with her sisters, 22-year-old Scout Willis and 20-year-old Tallulah Willis.

    The tabloid promotes claims of "Drugs, Arrests & Dangerous Sex," which Rumer laughed off just before she attended the "Free the Nipple" event. Sharing the cover via Instagram, she wrote, "I mean really...."

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    Scout, meanwhile, has been too busy working on behalf of the "Free the Nipple" movement to comment on the damning article. "Mastectomy tattoos recently allowed on Instagram, breast feeding photos just now allowed on Facebook," the activist wrote on Twitter June 10. "Haters sit down, today is amazing."

    Earlier this month, Scout walked around New York City topless, where it's been legal to do since 1992.

    "I understand that people don't want to take me seriously. Or would rather just write me off as an attention-seeking, over-privileged, ignorant, white girl," she wrote on XOJane.com after her stunt made headlines. "I am white and I was born to a high profile and financially privileged family. I didn't choose my public life, but it did give me this platform. A platform that helps make body politics newsworthy."

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    The Brown University graduate said she's glad her protest helped "provoke conversations about gender equality and body positivity that are both necessary and sorely lacking. I am humbled to be part of any action that's helped push the discussion of women's rights into the spotlight. Which is where I believe it should remain, focused on what's really important and most certainly not on me as an individual."

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