Miley Cyrus is denying reports she defended Demi Moore or made any comments about the 49-year-old actress' current personal issues.
On Feb. 4, RadarOnline claimed that Cyrus defended Moore on her Facebook page, writing: "Everyone needs to leave Demi alone. She's been through so much the past year. She doesn't need the crap. how can you talk crap on someone you don't know. The media makes everyone in Hollywood seem "weak," "stupid," or "unbalanced" ... Just because she's in Hollywood doesn't mean she's on drugs. NOT EVERYONE IS ON DRUGS!!!"
Cyrus plays Moore's rebellious teenage daughter in the upcoming film, "LOL: Laughing Out Loud," and the two were said to have become close on set. Demi was even rumored to have been spotted partying with Miley just before she was hospitalized last month.
It's unlikely that Moore would mind her younger pal defending her at this time, but it's just simply not true. Cyrus never wrote the reported comments on her Facebook page or any other social media account, with a rep for the 19-year-old telling Gossip Cop, "there's no truth" to RadarOnline's report.
To clear things up, Miley tweeted on Feb. 5:
Why do people make stuff up. Demi has been nothing but a great friend 2 me & I'll never speak out on her private life! Its nobodys business.
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) February 5, 2012
Given that Cyrus doesn't seem to have a problem defending what she believes in, we're inclined to believe her when she says she never made any comments about Moore.
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