On Thursday, the "Wrecking Ball" singer took to Twitter in a tirade, vehemently denying reports that she was unfaithful to Hemsworth during their brief eight-month marriage.
“I can accept that the life I’ve chosen means I must live completely open and transparent with my fans who I love, and the public, 100% of the time,” Cyrus began in an eleven-post tweetstorm. “What I cannot accept is being told I’m lying to cover up a crime I haven’t committed. I have nothing to hide.”
The star went on to explain how she’s grown from her past persona as a partier. The thread was emotional and raw, giving fans their first insight into the end of the 26-year-old singer’s marriage. Because of the honesty behind it, Madonna took to the comments of the rant–which Cyrus reposted on Instagram–to share her support.
“Thank GOD!! You are human! A woman who has lived. No need to apologize!!” Madonna wrote.
“love this. So much from the heart. Takes a lot to say. I love every version of u. Perfection is imperfect and that’s a fact,” wrote Bella Thorne.
Madonna defended Miley Cyrus after her viral Twitter thread about Liam Hemsworth. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
The “Party in the U.S.A.” songstress’ diatribe came in response to a TMZ report on Aug. 14 that claimed Cyrus cited Hemsworth’s alleged intense drinking and drug abuse as a smokescreen for what really went down in their marriage – infidelity on behalf of Cyrus.
It was only one day after news broke of their separation that photos surfaced of Cyrus locking lips with Kaitlynn Carter, 30, during a trip to Italy.
Hemsworth officially filed for divorce from Cyrus on Wednesday in Los Angeles, citing "irreconcilable differences.” The pair had a prenuptial agreement in place, so the division of property is likely to move forward without a hitch.
Cyrus and Hemsworth tied the knot in December after losing their Malibu home in a wildfire. They announced their separation after eight months of marriage and more than a decade of on-again-off-again romance earlier this month.
Fox News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.