Demi Moore Lashes Out At Perez Hilton

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    So maybe the title G.I. Jane is a little misleading since Jordan O'Neil is neither a G.I., nor is she named "Jane," but that doesn't change the fact that she's totally badass. While training to become the first woman in the U.S. Navy Combined Reconnaissance Team, O'Neil (played by Demi Moore) has to endure grueling training, abuse and discrimination, but never asks to be treated as anything less than one of the men, even shaving her head to be treated like an equal.

    Demi Moore has lashed out via Twitter at Perez Hilton for linking to skin-revealing pictures of her daughter Tallulah Willis, 15, via his Twitter account.

    On Thursday, Perez Tweeted links to several photos of the teen. One of the pictures, which he said he linked to several weeks ago, and which is located on Los Angeles nightlife photo blog The Cobra Snake, showed the underage young woman with several buttons on her top open. Another picture showed the teen hugging her dad, Bruce Willis, in very short jean shorts.

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    Both links angered Demi.

    "Anyone who advertises follows or supports Perez supports violating child pornography laws!" Demi Tweeted.

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    "Let me ask all of you, what is it called when someone is telling people to look and focus on a child's "boobs & a**" while providing photos?" Demi continued.

    The actress went on to accuse Perez of "violating child pornography laws."

    However, the feisty blogger took aim right back at Demi, Tweeting that he is planning legal action.

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    "Expect another letter from my attorney, kitten. Xoxo," he wrote on Thursday afternoon. "P.S. Bring it on, b*tch!"

    Perez claimed via Tweet that Demi's remarks on the social networking site brought more attention to the pictures.

    "And thanks for drawing MORE attention to your daughter's behavior and your parenting skills (or lack thereof). U r real smart!" he continued.

    Perez asked for an apology and said he would not allow his child to dress like Tallulah.

    "I would not let my 15 year old daughter dress like that under ANY context. You are delusional and slightly senile!" the 31-year-old blogger, who told the LA Times earlier this year he plans to have children by age 35, added.

    Perez also directed his attention at Demi's husband, Ashton Kutcher.

    "Did your wife forget to take her menopause medication?" Perez Tweeted at Ashton. "You better keep her in check!"

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