Miley Cyrus' family wants to admit her to a psych ward to save her marriage to Liam Hemsworth? That's what one of the tabloids is alleging. Gossip Cop investigated the claim and we can firmly debunk every aspect of the story.
An alleged source tells NW, "It's apparent to everyone that she's back in a dark place, but as usual, Miley knows best and won't listen to advice." The supposed insider adds, "Liam is at his wit's end. Even her family doesn't understand why she's acting so weird. They're telling her to face up to her demons and seek treatment before it's too late."
"All she needs is a few weeks recuperating," adds the unnamed source. "If it saves her marriage, it'll be a small price to pay." And although the anonymous tipster keeps referencing how the singer's "pals" and "family" are concerned about her, not a single one of these loved ones are ever mentioned by name.
When reached for comment, Cyrus' rep called the story "absurd." The singer's spokesperson pointed out that she's been busy on her worldwide tour, including a performance in Kosovo last weekend. Such an endeavor doesn't seem possible if one's on the verge of a breakdown. Additionally, as we reported last month when OK! similarly alleged that Cyrus had returned to her "wild" ways, the singer spends the majority of her time working or at home with her husband.
And despite what the outlet has to say about Cyrus' relationship with her family, her interactions with them on social media tell a very different (and accurate) story. After Cyrus posted an Instagram photo of her performing on stage earlier this week, her mom, Tish, commented on it, happily writing, "Yep...she's mine." Cyrus also posted a video of her singing with a caption celebrating how much she loves her mother, prompting Tish to reply with an equally adoring comment.
Meanwhile, Cyrus' brother Trace left heart emojis and compliments about the singer's outfit on one of her other Instagram posts. These wholesome and loving comments hardly sound like something a family in conflict would be sharing. Even the singer's friends are present in nearly all of her posts, each commenting with something supportive or silly. They're not expressing concerns about her well-being.
Oddly enough, NW also included a snippet in its latest article claiming Cyrus has been pushing for an open marriage with her husband. Back in May, however, the same tabloid wrongly stated that Cyrus and Hemsworth were already in an open marriage. That bogus report came just a few months after the magazine had sworn Cyrus and Hemsworth were going to split because the singer was partying too much. The unreliable outlet seems to make up its stories about the singer as it goes along.
Update: Cyrus and Hemsworth have separated. However, Gossip Cop can confirm that this report about the singer's family sending her to a psych ward to save her marriage is 100 percent untrue. We've reached out to reps for more details about the couple's split.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.