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Miley Cyrus: From Nude Photos to Bong Hits

Posted by on December 10, 2010 at 12:26 PM EST

miley cyrus bongMiley Cyrus is caught smoking from a Bong at a party in her home.

Approximately 5 days after her 18th birthday, Miley Cyrus aka Hannah Montana threw a bash at her LA home, celebrating her big day. Cyrus told MTV in the past that her birthday was going a “party and a vacation”

Miley Cyrus failed to mention was that the party and vacation would happen the same day at her home. Footage of her party has been leaked on the Internet, showing the former Hannah Montana star taking a few hits off a bong filled with salvia, a psychoactive herb, legal in California.

Salvia, only legal in several states, is at times compared to LSD, the difference is LSD is know to last for 12 hours where as Salvia is a natural herb that last only a few minutes. The herb can cause uncontrollable laughter, sensations of motion; overlapping realities meaning you feel as if you’re in several locations at one time. I’m guessing this is where the “vacation” Miley Cyrus was planning on taking comes into play.

In the two-minute video, Miley Cyrus is seen bursting into uncontrollable laughter and thinks she sees her ex-boyfriend Liam Hemsworth. She is heard saying, “Having a little bit of a bad trip.”

I guess not everyone can be as responsible as Taylor Swift.

The video was apparently stolen from her trusted friend’s camera. Celebrities should know by now not to photograph naked or videotape having sex or getting high. Christina Aguilera’s naked pictures were recently leaked online, Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton have had sex videos leaked and we can’t forget the Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps photographed smoking marijuana from a bong at a party.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Miley Cyrus turns out to be another Lindsay Lohan by the time she’s 21 years of age.

Watch the Miley Cyrus bong video at  TMZ Now!



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