Miley Cyrus vexed by critics of her ex-sister-in-law, Elsa Pataky


Miley Cyrus does not intend to let it go! In an interview with the Spanish magazine Hey!, his ex-sister-in-law, Elsa Pataky held at least hostile words from his view. When asked how his brother-in-law Liam Hemsworth was following to divorce, Chris Hemsworth's sweetheart didn't mince words : "My brother-in-law, well… After a relationship in which you have given yourself for 10 years, he is a little demoralized but he is doing well, he is strong and he deserves the best, I think he deserves much better ... You always find support from your family and he is very close to his brother who has been there to give him all the strength he needs. "

Statements that have obviously reached the ears of Miley Cyrus. A source close to the interpreter of Wrecking Ball even revealed at Daily Mail that the star was "Injured" by the words of his old best friend. Before the highly publicized divorce of Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus, the two young women were indeed very close ... They even had a tattoo in common ! Now, their relationship is not at all good and Cody Simpson's sweetheart no longer wants members of her ex-in-laws to talk about her ...

Miley Cyrus counter-attack

Elsa Pataky's recent statements are the straw that broke the camel's back. From now on, Miley Cyrus take out the claws! So, a source revealed to Hollywood Reporter what the singer really thought of Elsa Pataky's statements: “Miley knows the truth about her relationship with Liam and what happened between them. She wants everyone to respect her privacy and don't talk about her past in public as only she and Liam really know the truth. Miley understands that they both have family and loved ones who showed their support during the breakup, but she does not think anyone should talk negatively about their situation. Miley's family never spoke about Liam and thHe would like the actor's family to respect these same limits. " That has the merit of being clear !

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