A spokesman for Miley and her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, has issued a statement to the press this morning that the teen who placed some faked racy photographs of Miley on the internet a couple of weeks ago has apologized and that Miley has accepted his apology.
He quoted Miley as saying that the teen, approximately her own age, came to a friend of the family and asked to talk to Billy Ray and told the singer that he was sorry and that the whole thing had gotten out of hand.
The teen said he had been the one to create the pics but he had only e-mailed them to a friend who e-mailed them out to others and who knows where they are now. But they are all fake and he wanted the word to go out to the press.
He even asked Billy Ray to call the police if he wanted but Cyrus thought an apology to Miley would be enough, considering he had really meant her no harm. But he hoped the teen had learned a lesson.
Billy Ray also asked that any of Miley's fans who may have received the pics to remove them if they were real fans of his daughter and that they were fake anyway.
The spokesman then stated that Miley arrived later and the teen, apparently from Lebanon, Tennessee, got to meet her and left a little shaken but with a big smile on his face.
Miley has since issued a statement that, "It's all over. We all make mistakes. He seemed like a nice guy."
A call to the Franklin, Tennessee Police Department only brought a "no comment" answer and that, as far as they are concerned, it wasn't even reported by the Cyrus family and a click and buzz.