Is Miley Cyrus lying to her fans again? She is currently in a detox program according to a friend. Miley’s rep cited the antibiotic cephalexin as the source of her ‘extreme allergic reaction’ to cure her sinus infection.
A friend revealed to Star the real story: ‘It seems a bit far-fetched that someone could be hospitalized for almost a month just from a reaction to antibiotics. And Miley never gives out such detailed statements about her personal life, it all seems fishy.
Some of us think that sh’es run herself into the ground, that he body was so overloaded from all the partying and drugs that she’s actually in the hospital going through a detox program.’
Board certified ENT Dr. Alen Cohen: ‘It’s extremely rare for a doctor to order his patient to stay in the hospital for a 27 day period for a sinus infection or a reaction to antibiotics. Cephalexin is a very mild antibiotic.
In a worse case scenario Miley’s severe sinus infection could start infecting the tissue around her eyes and brain which could cause permanent damage. In this case, the the doctor would need to keep her in their care as long as possible until they are sure the infection isn’t spreading.
ANOTHER possible reason why doctors might be keeping Miley in hospital is ‘to monitor her and make sure she is not taking drugs that would worsen the sinus infection. Introducing harmful and foreign substances like cocaine or heroin to healthy tissues in the nose can cause a infection.
Snorting drugs like cocaine and Molly could worsen Miley’s sinus infection and she could face severe damage to the brain. At the Met Ball in NYC on May 6 last year, several eyetwitnesses saw Miley snorting a powdered substance.
Gala guest told Star: ‘ I went in the bathroom and saw four girls trying to squeeze into a stall. The door was open so people could see. Miley put her finger over one nostril bent down over the back of the toilet and snorted up white powder. I watch her do it.
Insider: ‘Miley has been on a downward spiral for a long time; all the partying and drugs use has taken a huge toll. This hospitalization has forced her to let her body res. It probably saved her life.’