Miley Cyrus “Can’t Be Blamed” for the Hit and Run in Los Angeles

In her latest hit, former Disney Princess Miley Cyrus (in what is undoubtedly an attempt to shed her squeaky clean image) sings, “I can’t be tamed, I can’t be blamed…”

While you can’t blame her for trying to be an edgier artist, she can however, be held liable in an alleged hit and run accident in Los Angeles.

The teen sensation was reported to have hit a parked 1991 Camry while driving her Mercedes Benz SUV. The restaurant parking attendant claimed that after the crash, the star left her phone number with him and hurriedly drove off.

The owner of the vehicle was left to deal with his damage car. Although he failed to file a police report at the time of the incident, he has reported the hit and run to the cops last Friday.

Although the Camry owner’s lawyer is insisting that Cyrus be held liable for hit and run, the authorities consider that the incident would not be considered as such because the star left her contact details with the parking attendant.

According to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, while drivers are required to stop after an accident, if the owner of the parked vehicle can’t be found, the driver may leave a note with his name and address as well as contact details.

This isn’t the first time Cyrus has been embroiled in a driving altercation – the teen was reportedly pulled over by police for talking on her cell phone while driving.

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