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Miley Cyrus Scandal 2015: ‘So Undercover’ Star Smokes Large Joint While Man Who Broke Into Her Home Pleads Not Guilty

Miley Cyrus is at it again: making some really controversial news for herself. This time, the 22-year-old singer-actress took some time to share her unique experience of smoking an enormous blunt on Instagram.

On Friday, Cyrus proudly posted a snap of her smoking what could pass as the largest joint ever rolled ever, according to Perez Hilton.

Liam Hemsworth's ex-girlfriend could even be seen enjoying her ganja experience while standing in front of what appears to be a an enlarged poster of a pile of $100 bills.

Interestingly, Miley didn't forget to thank her friend Cheyne Thomas for preparing the humungous joint.

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Jan 8, 2015 at 11:53pm PST

“Keep it 100 @cheythom officially rolls daaaaa fatttttesssst fucking bluntz evvaaaaa tripppple fuckkkinnnn barrel,” she wrote.

On the same day, Miley also enjoyed some quality time with boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger at Cafe Aroma.

"They were talking to each other the whole time. They really were involved with each other and not their phones,” an insider gushed to Hollywood Life.

“They held hands across the table and he got her chair when they arrived and left,”  the insider added of the “Hannah Montana” star’s romantic lunch date.

Meanwhile, the man accused of breaking into the “We Can’t Stop” singer’s Los Angeles mansion, Rusty Sellner, entered a non-guilty plea on Thursday.

Sellner was arrested on Monday over charges of burglary, receiving stolen property and grand theft, reports People.

If proven guiilty, Sellner could face a sentence of up to seven years and eight months in prison.

This is the second time that someone broke into Cyrus’ home. Just last June, a couple managed to break into her home and took away her Maserati and jewelry.

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