Miley Cyrus has allegedly been partying nonstop, and her friends are worried that she would go down the wrong path again.

In its April 19 issue, Globe published photos of Cyrus seemingly wasted after drinking several shots of alcohol. However, it is important to note that the photos were taken years ago and before the coronavirus pandemic.

Still, a source for the tabloid insisted that Cyrus’s friends are worried about her. So, they have allegedly been convincing her to go to rehab before it’s too late.

“Miley hits the bars and restaurants most nights but after they’ve all shut down, she goes home to continue the party. She stays up all night and sleeps until afternoon. And then the vicious cycle starts up all over again,” the source said.

The insider added that Cyrus parties on weekdays and weekends. And she has no regard for her safety. So, everyone around the singer is convinced that it’s only a matter of time before she puts herself at risk again.

As such, the former child star’s friends are planning to stage an intervention if she won’t straighten up her act anytime soon.

But even before this could happen, Cyrus has allegedly been embarrassing herself with her decisions whenever she’s drunk. Even though she claims to have moved on from Liam Hemsworth, the source insisted that this isn’t the case.

After all, whenever she’s drunk, the Hannah Montana star calls Hemsworth’s phone and then hangs up.

Cyrus’s parents are also allegedly concerned about the singer. And Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus are blaming themselves for how their daughter has been acting.

After all, they raised the “Wrecking Ball” singer to be spoiled all her life. And their decision to do so has come to bite time.

Meanwhile, Globe isn’t the only tabloid that’s been accusing Cyrus of relapsing. Us Weekly also deliberately claimed that Cyrus relapsed on booze two weeks after she revealed that she’s sober again

The singer previously admitted that she relapsed during the pandemic. But she only opened up about it after she became sober for two weeks.

However, Us Weekly is insisting that Cyrus’ sobriety didn’t last very long. After all, another two weeks passed and she started drinking again.

However, both tabloids have no concrete proof that Cyrus relapsed again. The singer has always been open about her struggles so if she relapsed, she would come clean about it.