Poor Miley Cyrus.
The singer/actress may be a worldwide sensation, but life hasn't always been easy for the 16-year old.
In her new autobiography, Miles to Go, Cyrus goes into detail about the "hardships and heartbreaks" that largely dominated her world before she made it big.
What sort of difficulties could someone such as Miley have gone through? In the following excerpt from the book, she details the painful actions of the "Anti-Miley Club."
It seemed like Operation Make Miley Miserable was escalating to a new level. More like Operation Take Miley Down. Three girls strutted up and stood towering over me. My stomach churned. I clutched my grilled cheese sandwich like it was the hand of my best friend.
[They locked me in the girl’s restroom during class.] They shoved me in. I was trapped. I banged on the door until my fists hurt. Nobody came. I spent what felt like an hour in there, waiting for someone to to rescue me, wondering how my life had gotten so messed up...
Do you feel bad for Cyrus? Or do you think it's ridiculous for a rich, beloved, successful 16-year old to write an autobiography that portrays herself as a victim in this way?