Miley’s best friend in school, Nicole Mullen-Holm, says that despite Miley Cyrus’ claim in her memoir, SHE was actually the school bully, and was not bullied as she claims.
Nicole and Miley attended Heritage Elementary School and Heritage Middle School in Spring Hill, Tennessee, together until 7th grade, when Miley went to Hollywood to portray Hannah Montana.
In Miley Cyrus: Miles to Go, Miley, who was born Destiny Hope Cyrus, says that she was bullied in school by older, bigger girls. From the book: “The girls took it beyond normal bullying. These were big, tough girls. I was scrawny and short. They were fully capable of doing me bodily harm.”
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But Nicole Mullen-Holm is disputing those claims, saying that Miley was the one doing the bullying. Nicole told RadarOnline: ”Miley is a liar who bullied girls and was a real b*tch to everyone. I’m so in shock that Destiny, oh, I mean Miley, wrote a book about being the victim of middle school bullying when she was the mean girl of our school. Even though we were friends, she was still a brat. I knew her from the first grade, and when she and I got to middle school, she just did a 180-degree turn in the wrong direction.”
Nicole Mullen says that the once sweet Miley because a catty, verbally abusive, mean girl. “Miley became so mean, I remember her shouting at an overweight girl, calling her 'lesbian,’ and ‘dyke.' Miley was a cheerleader, and was with the ‘in’ crowd. She was never bullied in elementary or middle school. If anyone even touched her, it would have been the end of the world. Her dad would own the school!”
Miley’s former BFF says that she knows Miley is a good person and she hates to see the way Hollywood is affecting her – and her ego. ”Miley is a good girl at heart, but I’ve been seeing how she’s been partying and acting, and she’s looking like Lindsay Lohan. I don’t want her to be the mean girl that she was in middle school, and I would hate to see her become the next train wreck. She’s very lucky and should show some humility.”
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