Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

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A pair of tennis shoes that belong to Miley Cyrus, who is sunbathing just to the right.

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico - Miley Cyrus had flown down to sunny Mexico to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Land of "Quiet on the set."

She checked into the Pancho Villa Resort Villa for two days of chillaxing and relaxing in the hot Baja California sun.

As she sat down at the beach she read a copy of The Cucamonga Chit Chat Chronicle newspaper.

She saw where a former Hollywood publicist Darby "Wordsmith" Coultershaw had told Johnny Depp's double that he had seen naked photos that purportedly had been taken by Miley Cyrus of herself when she was vacationing in Honolulu last August.

Miley looked at the blue dotted photos and was not really sure if they were actually her or not. The face looked just like her but the body looked like it could be either Brenda Song or maybe even Demi Lovato.

She did remember that she had taken some photos of herself during a period when she was feeling somewhat insecure about her body and that she had sold them to a nude photo buying agency in Pakistan.

Miley's phone suddenly rang and it was her father Billy Ray Cyrus. He asked her want in the world she had done now. Miley asked him to explain.

Billy Ray said that in the past eight hours he had received over 200 phone calls from Pakistani reporters asking to interview his daughter regarding some photographs of her that had become all the rage.

The elder Cyrus informed her that several Pakistani newspapers were saying that Miley had suddenly become more famous than the Beatles, Aishwarya Rai, and Osama Bin Laden.

Miley now has her attorneys looking into the matter and working out a percentage deal for the ex-Hannah Montana star.

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