Miley Cyrus Does NOT Have “Eating Disorder” Nor She “Risking Her Life,” Despite Report

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Miley Cyrus Weight Loss

By Michael Lewittes |

Miley Cyrus Weight Loss

(Life And Style)

Miley Cyrus does not have an “eating disorder,” despite a sensational claim from a less than sensational tabloid. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust a new report that suggests Cyrus is “risking her life” because of her “shocking” weight loss. A mutual friend of ours and the singer says the report is “bullsh*t.”

According to Life & Style, Cyrus has lost 36 pounds in just a matter of months in a “desperate bid for attention.” The tabloid adds that the singer’s “wasting away” is “sparking eating disorder fears.” The magazine then fills its space with how Cyrus likes to party, juxtaposed with quotes from so-called experts, who are just estimating the singer’s weight, based on looking at photos. The tabloid even gets one doctor to say she could potentially have a “fatal heart attack”… sometime down the road.

The rest of the article goes on and on with supposed sources saying, “Miley is emaciated and a mess,” and that friends are “concerned she is anorexic or has some sort of eating disorder.” But there’s actually no proof of any real problem. Yes, Cyrus lost some weight in the past six months, but if she had put on a few pounds, the tabloid probably would have had the same “concerned” people speculating that the weight gain was from an “eating disorder” or part of a “desperate bid for attention.”

Don’t forget, Life & Style has repeatedly slapped false claims about Cyrus on its covers to sell magazines. In January 2014, Gossip Cop busted the magazine for claiming on its cover that she got “Dumped” by Kellan Lutz. News alert: They never dated. Three months later, Gossip Cop called out the tabloid for a wholly fictitious story about how the singer had a number of one-night stands and was “Pregnant & Scared.” In January 2015, Life & Style made up a story that Cyrus was “Pregnant,” courtesy of Patrick Schwarzenegger. And two months ago, the tabloid shamelessly alleged she was “Pregnant By The Same Man” as Selena Gomez was. Of course, neither was pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby, as fabricated by the magazine.

Time after time, Life & Style makes wild accusations on its covers about Cyrus that are 100 percent wrong. Gossip Cop can once again exclusively bust the tabloid. Cyrus does not have an “eating disorder” nor is she “risking her life” by losing a few pounds. A source close to the singer tells us exclusively the latest tale from the tabloid is “bullsh*t.”


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