Reese Witherspoon: All Smiles With Her Son

Reese Witherspoon has a soccer day outing in Brentwood - Part 2

Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon was photographed with her 9-year-old son Deacon in Brentwood, Calif. on Saturday (May 11). Joined by husband Jim Toth, the Legally Blonde actress was all smiles with her son after his football game.

The newlyweds looked happy and relaxed after their highly-publicized DUI drama.

“We went out to a restaurant in Atlanta, and we had one too many glasses of wine,” Reese recently admitted.

But telling Deacon and her 13-year-old daughter Ava was “the hardest part about it,” she said. “When you make a mistake, you take responsibility, and we are taking responsibility, and we are doing everything within our power to make it right.”

Reese and Jim welcomed their first child together, son Tennessee, on September 27.

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Filed under: Deacon Phillippe,Jim Toth,Reese Witherspoon

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  1. Peter

    She still hasn’t taken responsibility for what she did. And that fake police hat made her look worse.

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    • Anonymous

      ^this10000+

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    • sara

      ITA and the fake police hat really seemed like a smug F.U. to the police. Classy…

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    • Lizzie

      Just curious what she would have to do to take responsibility for it??

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      • Peter

        She could donate to the Atlanta PD, donate to MADD, go to schools and tell kids what she and her husband did isn’t right, give a sincere apology instead of excuses stitched together as an apology, lobby for harsher penalties for drunk driving and disorderly conduct, etc. It doesn’t mean she deserves forgiveness, but all I know is that I can’t think of anything I could reasonably ask her to do. What does she do? Not go to court but gets her lawyer to plead “no contest” instead of admitting her guilt. At least her husband, the one with the DUI, took responsibility by pleading guilty and showing up to court.

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