According to a source, Miley asks her staff to send Liam's clothes to a local charity shop which benefits people with AIDS.
After splitting from Liam Hemsworth in September, Miley Cyrus reportedly sent his remaining clothes at her house to a local thrift shop. A source told Daily Mail, "Miley wanted everything gone, so she sent Liam's clothes off to a local charity shop that benefits people with HIV and AIDS."
The clothes which were donated consisted of two cashmere sweaters from Barneys and Ted Baker, Nike trackpants and sneakers, a James Perse sweatshirt, Hugo Boss pants and even underwear. The items were sent to the West Hollywood branch of thrift store Out of the Closet.
The source also said, "I hope that Liam doesn't need of that stuff because Miley never asked him if he wanted it before it got packed up," adding, "Although she said she wanted to break up with him a long time ago, she is really hurt and heartbroken, which is understandable. She wants every remnant of him out of her life."
A moving truck previously was spotted at Miley's home in L.A. on September 20. According to a witness, the truck arrived in the morning. The moving truck was thought removing Liam's personal belongings, but there was no info where the items headed to.
During an appearance on "Today" show earlier this week, Miley said that she wanted to focus on her career. "I'm the happiest I've ever been in my whole life. My plan is focusing on right now... I don't worry about anything because I know who I am and I know I'm an artist," the "Wrecking Ball" singer told the show's host Matt Lauer.