It's over! Rumer Willis and Jayson Blair call it quits
Rumer Willis and her beau Jayson Blair have gone their separate ways after one year of dating.
They have been an item for a year, but Rumer Willis and her boyfriend, actor Jayson Blair, have decided to call it quits on their relationship.
Willis and Blair were first touted as a couple in August 2012 when they held hands during a romantic stroll through Hollywood.
The pair were actually just seen together on Oct. 24 at Warwick in Hollywood, still acting like quite the lovebirds. "They looked completely in love, slow dancing together with their arms wrapped around each other," a source told Us Weekly, adding that they were "literally lost in each other's eyes."
It is not certain at this time what caused the breakup, and it's especially surprising since they were just spotted having such an apparent happy date night together.
Plus, in June of this year, during a press event for his film Detention of the Dead, Blair had nothing but nice things to say about Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter. "We care and have so much respect for each other," Blair gushed.
He then added that, "There's not really much we wouldn't do for each other. More than anything, we just spend a lot of time together. It's not about doing anything crazy — it's about cooking dinner together, relaxing, spending time. That's everything to us. We're not going out anymore, we're just enjoying each other's time."
Just around the time she started dating Blair, Willis made big headlines in June 2012 for getting herself arrested because of underage drinking in New York City. Not only was she drinking while under the legal age, but she did it out in public and showed a cop a fake ID when she was questioned.
"My name is Scout Willis... The first ID isn't mine," Willis allegedly told the policeman, referring to the name that was on the false identification she presented. "My friend gave it to me. I don't know Katherine Kelly."
Willis was taken to jail and later released on bail after being charged with criminal impersonation and violating New York's open container law.