Divorce is never easy, and it is especially tricky once you’re trapped at the public eye. We all know Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were together for a decade, and while they definitely had their differences, they always managed to return to one another. 2019 sparked the conclusion of their relationship, however. While rumors suggested it had been Hemsworth’s partying ways that had Cyrus we’re not exactly sure what happened. However, we do know they are completely done with one another.
Now, Cyrus and Hemsworth are both moving forward. Plus it seems Cyrus is eliminating one of her properties, even though it’s leading to a critical loss in capital. Here’s what happened.
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We understand Cyrus and Hemsworth were incredibly in love. Now, however, they over. The two tied the knot in December 2018 after years of being on and off again. But by August 2019, they completely called it quits.
There has been a whole lot of drama following their final split. Cyrus was with Kaitlynn Carter before pursuing a romance with her present boyfriend, Cody Simpson temporarily. And Cyrus’ tune,”Slide Away,” seemed to be about her impending divorce.
While Cyrus and Hemsworth made it clear that they were no longer romantically involved, they didn’t officially attain a divorce settlement before the end of December 2019. TMZ accounts both certainly aren’t buddies, but they were both ready to proceed without controversy. Since Hemsworth and Cyrus have no kids, this was not a problem. And Cyrus kept the land as well as the animals that is hers depending on their prenup.
Cyrus sold her enormous Malibu mansion and lost almost $1 million
It looks like Cyrus is now dealing with some of her assets post-divorce from Hemsworth. Based on Radar Online, Cyrus purchased her Malibu mansion back in 2016, and it was smack next door to Hemsworth’s escape. While Hemsworth bought his place for $6.8 million back in 2014, Cyrus purchased her two-story house for $2.5 million, though it was originally recorded for $2. 75 million.
Now, Cyrus is parting ways with this location. About Jan. 24, that was four days earlier Hemsworth and Cyrus officially finished their divorce proceedings, the new owner of Cyrus’ place bought her house for $1.7 million. Considering how much she paid, she’s losing nearly $1 million.
Therefore, why did Cyrus keep her cost so low? While she may have been in a hurry to get rid of it, the book notes that the wildfires damaged the place, which may have resulted in a fallen price.
Was this the final step in moving on from her old life using Hemsworth?
Cyrus and Hemsworth lived in Malibu together — so is your songstress eliminating her mansion to rid of those memories? We’re not sure it magnificent, as Cyrus and Simpson appear to have a happy and healthy relationship post-Cyrus’ marriage. And reports claim both Hemsworth and Cyrus are far more happy now that what is said and done.
“They split as [Liam] realized as he got older and grew up, they weren’t using a traditional union and relationship and that was hard for him and it was not working for Miley, possibly,” a source told HollywoodLife. Despite it not exercising, the source added that Hemsworth”truly is more happy now.” And he proceeded on Gabriella Brooks, with his girlfriend.
We are not certain if Cyrus is planning on purchasing some new property with all the $1.7 million she achieved by promoting her Malibu mansion. And we’re also not sure if she is really feeling that the $1 million loss. But it appears we can anticipate new music out of her 2020, so we’re convinced her attempts are going to rake in the money.
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