Is Miley Cyrus at Risk of Relapse? That’s the question a lot of people ask themselves after photos of Miley drinking while hanging out with Yungblood went viral on social media. Once upon a time, Miley was the face of a healthy childhood innocence. She was Disney’s Hannah Montana and was seen as a role model for teenage girls. She quickly lost her image, seemingly breaking ties with Disney and setting out to reinvent herself. Her concerts got a little riskier and then she started to introduce more behavior on stage, which appalled the parents of her young fans. Miley hugged sex, Drugs and rock-n-roll showed she was proud of her body and wasn’t afraid to show it off (or twerk), and waved naked on a wrecking ball for her hit.
While many conservative people viewed Miley’s behavior as “scandalous”, she was never arrested or did anything that would have shown that she was a danger to herself or others. The public view over Miley Cyrus All types of drug addiction come from being high on the scene, but most of them come from their own testimony. Miley willingly opened up to the world for her love of marijuana, and on an episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she stated that she had given up the pot because she had a dream that she smoked so much that she died.
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She then revealed that she had been sober for six months and confessed to leading a life of partying. Now the new photos take care of the 28-year-old, as fans fear that she could take a dangerous path.
She was in a relationship with Liam Hemsworth and the two were married in 2018 and their divorce finalized in 2020.
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Miley went from being a country artist to being pop and is now proving to be a real rock woman. However, some fear that if she starts drinking regularly, she could relapse and use drugs again.
What do you think? Is Miley Cyrus eligible to drink and have fun, or do you think she is in danger of having a dangerous relapse?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer based out of Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, crime, and fashion. The author of this article will take legal action against those who reproduce or rotate this article outside of Celebrity Insider.