Miley Cyrus Did NOT Buy New House To Avoid Cleaning Old Home, Despite Report
Miley Cyrus did not buy a new home in Malibu simply because it was easier than cleaning up her house in Hidden Hills, California, which allegedly Liam Hemsworth asked her to do. Gossip Cop can correct this absurd tabloid story. We’re told it’s “not true.”
According to Life & Style, Hemsworth was being driven “crazy” by Cyrus’s Hidden Hills mansion, which supposedly is kept like an “absolute sty,” and so instead of taking his advice to simply “clean up” her house, she allegedly dropped $2.5 million for another home. The tabloid paints a picture of Cyrus’s home being a disaster with her pet pig Bubba Sue, “dog poop and pee everywhere, old food, pizza boxes, takeout containers, fast-food wrappers and dirty dishes,” and the stench of “constant weed-smoking.” A so-called “source” is even quoted as saying, “Liam finally gave Miley an ultimatum: Clean up your house or I’m out of here.”
But rather than hire someone to tidy up, alleges the magazine, Cyrus’s pot-smoking has made her paranoid to the point that “she doesn’t trust housekeepers.” The tabloid’s supposed “insider” claims that for Cyrus, “It was easier to buy a new place [for $2.5 million] than to clean up that disgusting mess.”
The only true mess here is Life & Style. Cyrus has hired help that routinely cleans her home. The purchase of her second home has nothing to do with cleanliness, and everything to do with wanting to live closer to Hemsworth, who has a home in Malibu. A source close to the singer exclusively tells Gossip Cop the tabloid’s trashy tale is “not true.”
Sadly, the magazine itself has been terribly sloppy with its reporting about Cyrus. Just two months ago, Gossip Cop exclusively busted the publication when it falsely reported Cyrus and Hemsworth had a secret wedding ceremony on a beach in Australia. And before that, we exposed the tabloid for disgustingly claiming Cyrus was pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby, but had suffered a miscarriage. Maybe the real clean up should be with how the outlet gathers its stories.