A tabloid claims Liam Hemsworth is sick of Miley Cyrus sharing intimate details about their marriage. The story is completely fabricated. Gossip Cop can correct the report.
"Liam Tells Miley: Stop Embarrassing Me!" reads a headline in the latest issue of Life & Style. The accompanying article says the actor wasn't happy about his wife revealing in a recent Elle interview that she's still "very sexually attracted to women," despite being married to a man.
A supposed source tells the outlet that Hemsworth was also bothered after Cyrus filmed herself eating fruit in a suggestive manner to promote her upcoming album, She Is Coming. "[He] reached his breaking point and they got into a huge fight when he accused Miley of embarrassing him and turning their marriage into a sideshow," adds the questionable insider.
The alleged tipster further contends that Cyrus "stormed out in tears" during the fight, but not before lashing back against her husband. "Liam knew what he was getting into when they decided to get married," asserts the seemingly phony source, "and she's never going to change, not for anyone."
Nothing about this bogus narrative is accurate, and Gossip Cop has already debunked countless variations of it. Just last month, we busted Life & Style for falsely claiming Cyrus and Hemsworth got into a fight at a party in Malibu over her "obnoxious antics." In May, we called out the tabloid's sister publication, In Touch, for wrongly reporting that Hemsworth got angry with Cyrus for acting wild at the Met Gala.
Just last week, Gossip Cop corrected an OK! article alleging Cyrus and Hemsworth's marriage was in trouble because the singer had returned to her "wild" ways. This ongoing saga is baseless and seems to have cropped up yet again simply because Cyrus got candid about her marriage and personal life in a recent interview. Hemsworth has never had an issue with his wife's outspokenness or her over-the-top behavior.
Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the couple, who wasn't able to speak on the record, but assures us the tabloid's latest report is more fiction. Cyrus and Hemsworth didn't get into any sort of battle over her Elle cover story, nor has he ever accused his wife of "embarrassing" him. It's worth noting, when Cyrus posted a message on Instagram in honor of Hemsworth's birthday back in March, she made a point of noting, "I love how you let ME be Me."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.