Miley Cyrus Stalker Arrested At Concert For Making Disturbing Threats

An obsessed Miley Cyrus fan was arrested at her recent iHeartRadio show in Las Vegas. According to TMZ, the 42-year-old man was spotted by Cyrus’ bodyguards, who apprehended him and called the police. He was arrested and booked into Clark County Jail on a "felony charge of making threats" and remains in custody.

David Rumsey had already been on Cyrus’ security "watch list" as a result of previous threats he had made against the singer. According to TMZ sources, Rumsey told Cyrus’ team, "It's my life's mission to impregnate Cyrus." He also had the intention of raising Michael Jackson, Tupac and Prince from the dead so they could party with him and Cyrus.

Rumsey had also written a strange tweet in which he apologized to Cyrus for hurting her, implying they had met before. He went on to say that it was Trump’s fault he had hurt her. His bizarre rants continued on Twitter as he wrote that he wanted to stay at a hotel near the stadium since he was banned from MGM hotels after Cyrus "took his soul."

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He added, "I am hoping not to be back at my room. I don't want you to have to go to Motel 6. I'll go check for messages of where to meet at. I'm in room 208 at Tropicana One." In other tweets, Rumsey said that he knows Cyrus loves him too because she says so in her songs, and he promises to give her all of his money if they finally meet in person.

Cyrus’ team became aware of Rumsey after coming across his Twitter feed, where he stated that he hoped to meet her in Las Vegas. His photo was distributed to staff inside the iHeartRadio venue, who were told to keep an eye out for him during the show.

Cyrus, 26, has had a rough couple of months following her split from Liam Hemsworth after less than a year of marriage and her recent breakup with Kaitlynn Carter. Hemsworth and Cyrus met while filming The Last Song in 2010. After an on-again, off-again relationship, they were first engaged from May 2012 until September 2013.

Cyrus and Hemsworth reconciled in March 2016 and became re-engaged that October. On December 23, 2018, the couple married in a private wedding ceremony in their home in Nashville, Tennessee. Cyrus announced their separation on August 10, 2019, and eleven days later, Hemsworth filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences." For the past six weeks, Cyrus had been dating Kaitlynn Carter, wife of Brody Jenner.

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Cyrus' song "Don't Call Me Angel," a collaboration with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey for the new Charlie's Angels film, was released on September 13.

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