Miley ‘out of control’ at hotel

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Copy of to bang Miley Cyrus. AP Miley Cyrus backstage at the Capital FM Summertime Ball held at Wembley Stadium in London on June 21, 2014. Photo: PA, Ian West

London - Miley Cyrus reportedly “caused chaos” in a New York hotel.

The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker is said to have angered management and guests at the Greenwich Hotel when she stayed there on August 2 because she and her entourage were loud and “out of control”.

A source told Life & Style magazine: “It was like a tornado hit the lobby. Miley and her posse took over, screaming and carrying on so much that management received a number of complaints.

“Led by Miley, someone in the group was smoking pot, and they were swearing loudly and throwing themselves all over the expensive furniture.”

And the 21-year-old star reportedly told staff who asked her to be quieter they “should be glad to have her” because she has “spent so much money there”.

According to the magazine, the hotel have asked fellow guests to file individual complaints about the singer so they can fully investigate what happened.

While the star hasn't commented on the claims, another insider insists they are false.

A source told E! News: “There were no complaints. Miley never had an outburst in the lobby.” - BANG Showbiz

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