Scout Willis

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Has Demi Moore's daughter Scout Willis been feeling rebellious lately?

That appeared to be the case when uncovered some racy and very personal tweets from the celebuspawn.

Under the name @bougepunk (the account has since been deleted), the 20-year-old Brown University student wrote about taking MDMA, her sexual encounters, hating her parents and warding off unwanted sexual advances from photographer Terry Richardson.

"I hate capitalism like I hate my parents, but they both serve me so well," Scout tweeted.

"Casually took MDMA at this little bar downtown," another tweet started off, while a third one lamented: "I don't know what's worse for my bank account, my coke habit or my kombucha addiction."

And here's a little extra TMI: "Wound up at an unsatisfying 'safe space' orgy this weekend-- my only trophy is the intentional cigarette burn on my forearm. I miss danger."

Despite the shockign tweets, Moore and Bruce Willis' Ivy League daughter isn't headed down a sinister path. A rep speaking on behalf of Scout told E! News that the tweets were fake and part of a school assignment.

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"In connection with a class assignment, in which students were asked to create a 'culture jam' or 'hoax,' three students created a satirical and fabricated Twitter account in which everything tweeted was fictional," the rep said.

"This was done to illustrate how social media is utilized and that in today's social media culture, you can create a significant twitter following based entirely on fabricated lies, and that the more outrageous and controversial the fabricated statement, the more followers you will get."

The rep added that "current media interest in the fabricated Twitter school assignment appears to prove that point."

A-plus work, Scout! You punk'd the press.

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