The 16-year-old Hannah Montana starlet let Access Hollywood have a sneak peek of her new book, “Miles To Go,” and revealed her painful past of being bullied. She shared, “The girls took it beyond normal bullying. These were big, tough girls. I was scrawny and short. They were fully capable of doing me bodily harm. They shoved me in. I was trapped. I banged on the door until my fists hurt. Nobody came. I spent what felt like an hour in there, waiting for someone to rescue me, wondering how my life had gotten so messed up.”
Miley continued, “It seemed like ‘Operation Make Miley Miserable’ was escalating to a new level. More like ‘Operation Take Miley Down’. Three girls strutted up and stood towering over me. My stomach churned. I clutched my grilled cheese sandwich like it was the hand of my best friend. It pretty much was my best friend those days. I was done for. They started cussing me and telling me to get up. I sat there, frozen. I didn’t know what to do. Finally, I couldn’t take it anymore. I wasn’t chicken. What could they do to me? I was surrounded by people. I stood up, still a foot shorter then they were, and said, ‘What’s your problem? What did I ever do to you?’”
“Miles to Go” is out in stores now. Miley will be having a book signing this Saturday, March 7 at Barnes and Noble at The Grove (189 Grove Drive, Los Angeles) at 12 noon.
Miley Cyrus on “Miles To Go”
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