Excluded from a pharmacy without a mask, Bruce Willis’ mea culpa

Brunilde Fioravanti
Gennaio 14, 2021

Bruce Willis was kicked out of a Los Angeles Rite Aid over the weekend after refusing to wear a face covering, new reports allege.

Bruce Willis' statement to People is brief, but indicates he is on the side of safety after his actions at the Rite-Aid.

The governor in Louisiana is also encouraging employers to let their employees work from home if possible.

According to Page Six, Willis was shopping at a pharmacy in Los Angeles - aka the biggest city in a state that just recorded nearly 37,000 cases of COVID-19 yesterday - without wearing a mask. In the commotion, the star was photographed wearing a bandana around his neck that he could have easily used to cover his face.

Masks are required in all indoor spaces under Californian law.

At the time of this reporting, researchers at Johns Hopkins University estimate that there have been at least 2,804,663 confirmed COVID-19 cases in California, with at least 31,157 deaths related to the virus.

In the beginning of the Covid pandemic, Willis' wife Emma Heming Willis and their two daughters Mabel and Evelyn, were at home in Los Angeles.

Willis' representative did not reply Wednesday to a request for comment. Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old stated: "It's not up for discussion anymore!"

She added "that's 2020 for you" as she said a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to her followers.

Mask up: Bruce's daughter Rumer recently urged people to "wear a damn mask" after being exposed to coronavirus.

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