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Miley Cyrus caught with booze

Miley Cyrus caught with booze

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Miley Cyrus has sparked fresh outrage after she was snapped apparently holding an open bottle of alcohol at a Halloween party on Thursday.

The 20-year-old singer was attending a bash hosted by Adam Lambert at nightclub Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood, California, when she was spotted clutching what looks like a bottle of coconut rum Malibu – even though the legal of age for drinking is 21.

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker, who was dressed in a replica rapper Lil Kim’s infamous breast-exposing purple ensemble from the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards, attempted to conceal her face with her hand when the picture was snapped but failed to disguise her identity or the bottle.

Cyrus was also snapped locking lips with Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden on the same night.

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