Leticia Cyrus was forced to confiscate the star's credit card for six whole months after she "went a little over her limit the other day."
Attempting to keep her famous daughter Miley Cyrus grounded despite her worldwide fame, mother-manager Leticia Cyrus was forced to confiscate the Disney star's credit card for six whole months when she at one point got overindulged. Speaking about that matter during the actress-singer's lavish birthday bash at California's Disneyland Sunday, October 5, Leticia revealed, "She had a credit card, and she went a little over her limit the other day, so I said, 'No credit card for six months.'"
Miley embraced her international fame starring as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in TV series "Hannah Montana." She has since become a phenomenon, starring in a number of TV projects and endorsing some commercials. Having numerous projects in the pipeline, she is reported to have earned a whopping $18.2 million in 2007, leading to further prediction she is on her way to become a teenaged billionaire.
Despite such fact, it has been reported that her parents allow her to spend just $300 per month on clothes. No words on the things Miley has used her credit card for. She herself offers no comment about the credit card confiscation.
Turning 16 years old on November 23, Miley hosted an early birthday party "Sweet 16 - Share the Celebration" for family and friends to attend. She was joined by father Billy Ray Cyrus, Leticia, sisters Noah and Brandi, also her rumored boyfriend Justin Gaston.