Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are not fighting over a prenup, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We're told it's "not true."

According to Life & Style, Cyrus and Hemsworth are currently embroiled in "prenup drama." The tabloid alleges that while planning their supposed wedding in the Himalayan mountains this summer, they've been "bickering over a prenuptial agreement that will protect Miley's estimated $200 million fortune." To make it sound official, the magazine has a so-called "insider" quoted as saying, "Miley recently told Liam that she wants him to sign a prenup before they get married."

"Liam was shocked and annoyed with Miley and accused her of not trusting him," alleges the purported source. The questionable source dramatically adds the "business-minded" singer "worked hard to achieve her fame and fortune, and she won't let anyone, not even Liam, take it away from her."

Gossip Cop suspects Life & Style went back to its same source who has fed the tabloid years-worth of phony stories about the singer and actress. Interestingly, the outlet neglects to mention how it wrongly reported in February 2016 that Cyrus and Hemsworth were already married. Then, two months later in May, the amnesiacs at the same tabloid falsely alleged Cyrus was going to be a pregnant bride. That was followed the next week by a tall tale Gossip Cop also corrected about her being "dumped" by Hemsworth right before their (non-existent) wedding. Unfathomably, the magazine came back three months later in August to again assert Cyrus was pregnant and married to Hemsworth, having secretly exchanged vows in their Malibu home.

As if that weren't dizzying enough, just two months ago in January, Gossip Cop nailed the often discredited magazine for publishing an untruthful cover story that once again alleged Cyrus married Hemsworth in a secret wedding. A skeptic might say Life & Style makes up its Hemsworth and Cyrus articles. Regardless of who fabricated the claims, the tabloid is wrong again. There is no "prenup drama" nor a wedding scheduled for this summer in the Himalayan mountains. An impeccable insider tells Gossip Cop the entire report is "not true."

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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