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Miley Cyrus’ ‘obsessed fan’ taken in to custody over threats

The obsessed fan made terrifying comments on social media


TMZ has reported that an ‘obsessed’ fan of Miley Cyrus has been taken into custody after he claimed he knew Miley’s address and how to enter her house.

The Arizona man is reportedly in custody, where he will be undergoing a psychological evaluation.

In posts shared on Facebook, the fan thanked Miley for “getting rid of Liam”, (Miley’s boyfriend) and rambled about a “horrific act” he’s going to pull off that will be on the news.

The posts caught the attention of a concerned citizen, who alerted Milwaukee police.


According to law enforcement sources, Milwaukee PD contacted LAPD and the L.A. Sheriff’s Department to give them a heads up.

The posts which were shared through his Facebook page read, “I got your address like you insisted. I know which way to enter and thank you for getting rid of Liam. I don’t want your money obviously.

“For those of you who are not free masons, you will never understand. This is how we fall in love, I visit many of you in spirit. Many of my long time friends I do not need medication.

“I wish more of you had an open mind. All things will be self evident, and to create a new world I have the most horrific act I must complete. Ir will be on the news and it is sad. I picked the job I am most talented at and politics comes so easy, I easily get bored. Hold your loved ones tight because this world is not for long, I am the darkness and the light,” he added.


This is not the first time Miley has had to get the Police involved with ‘obsessed’ fans’.

The Daily Mail reports that in 2014, Devon Meek suffered from delusions about Miley, as he believed that the singer communicated with him through her songs, and was telling him to come to see her so that they may be together.

And back in 2012, an intruder was arrested after being found armed with scissors in the garden of Miley Cyrus’ home – he was later convicted with trespassing.