Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson first sparked romance rumors on Oct. 3, 2019, when they were seen smooching at the Backyard Bowls eatery in Los Angeles. Since then, the “Hannah Montana” star and “La Da Dee” singer have been seen together more often. Miley and Cody have, also, been flaunting their romance on social media, which was met with mixed reactions from fans and critics alike.

NW reported, earlier this month, that Cody Simpson and his mom, Angie, pushed Miley to check into rehab. The tabloid suggested that the “Pretty Brown Eyes” hitmaker realized that his girlfriend’s vices have already taken its toll on her health and general well-being.

“Cody recognized her mood swings, erratic ways and desperate need for attention meant that she was on the edge of a full-scale meltdown,” a source told the publication. It added that the real reason why Miley Cyrus has not shared updates on social media since she went under the knife to address a problem on her throat is that she is already in rehab.

Globe also claimed that even Miley Cyrus’ family “staged an intervention” and shipped her off to rehab. “She’s been off the rails now for so long, and something very serious had to be done because Miley’s spiraling into dangerous territory with this crazy behavior,” the outlet claimed. “The trouble is that she’s so insecure, and the moment she’s not the center of attention she acts out to try and stay relevant. That means partying and pulling these crazy stunts to get everyone’s attention, and it’s ultimately all caught up with her. She’s totally burnt out,” it went on.

Though it is true that Miley Cyrus has been on a rollercoaster since Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce in August, there are no enough pieces of evidence to prove that the Disney alum has really checked herself into rehab. Also, the reports saying that Miley’s vocal cord surgery is a cover-up for her “addiction problems” seems illogical.

In fact, People – a more reliable source – confirmed that the “Slide Away” singer has a separate issue with her vocal cords. The entertainment news publication said Miley Cyrus was told she would need to undergo surgery before the year ends and that the recovery process will take several weeks, which hinted that the rehab rumors are not true at all.

Also, with NW and Globe magazines’ histories of creating stories based on the claims of its phony and unreliable sources, the rehab reports are likely to be untrue. Miley Cyrus, who just resumed sharing photos on social media recently, has yet to comment on these claims. Hence, avid followers of “The Climb” singer and Cody Simpson should take these rumors lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

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Miley Cyrus attends The Women's Cancer Research Fund's An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison