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Miley Cyrus Partying, Pot Led to Illness –Improper Post Confirmed

Miley Cyrus is reportedly pictured in this Instagram post taking a hit from a marijuana blunt, her head surrounded in a halo of smoke.

Miley Cyrus is reportedly pictured in this Instagram post taking a hit from a marijuana blunt, her head surrounded in a halo of smoke.

Miley Cyrus’s illness and hospitalization was first linked to her hard partying had heavy marijuana use in an exclusive report by TheImproper Apr. 8, after she was forced to cancel a show in Charlotte, NC, because of illness. Now those reports have been confirmed.

Gossip site TMZ reported today (Apr. 16), citing its own sources, that hard partying and heavy drug and alcohol caused her to become rundown and led to her current illness.

One of the down-sides of smoking pot is the effect it has on your throat and lungs. Like cigarette smokers, marijuana users can develop throat irritation, coughs and lung inflammation, according to medical research.

Miley was reportedly suffering from a severe sinus and throat infection and had a severe allergic reaction when she took antibiotics to kick the illness, forcing her hospitalization.

Miley was also said to be in an emotional meltdown over the death of her dog, TMZ reported, confirming a separate Improper story, Apr. 6. Our report said Miley was suffering from high stress and anxiety over the sudden death of her dog Floyd.

Miley took her grief to a new level, Apr. 6, during her concert at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. She appeared on stage with a huge inflatable replica of her dog that must have been 45- to 50-feet tall and sang a heart-wrenching version of “Can’t Be Tamed.”

She’s also been Tweeting almost non-stop about her heartbreak.

Miley has reportedly been suffering from crying fits and insomnia. “She’s been off the rails since this happened,” the gossip site reported.

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