Trouble in Miley Cyrus-ville: Is Liam Hemsworth Fed Up With Her? 1Miley Cyrus’s stream-of-consciousness tweets have been a staple of the social media site almost since it started. But is her habit of over-disclosing really irking finacé Liam Hemsworth?

Miley has been a force unto herself ever since she posed at 15 for a semi-nude photo in Vanity Fair magazine. She’s always worn her feelings on her sleeve and getting engaged to Hemsworth hasn’t changed her.

But tabloids are now reporting that the Hunger Games actor wants her to tone down her Twitter rants and stop discussing their relationship with the public. The reported trigger was her latest post: “Why do I torture myself and what ps I love you. ahhhhhh. I have got to pull it together.”

Miley is known for melodrama at a moment’s notice and has gone through phases where she’s hinted at cutting herself and other depression-related behavior. She had to beat back rumors she was anorexic or bulimic last year after she lost weight working out.

The latest rumor mill began when she tweeted Sept. 13: “Ever feel like you want just … something more. Not sure what exactly … passion perhaps?”

That was enough to start tabloids churning.

“Miley’s tweet was such a huge insult to Liam. She tried to pass it off like it had nothing to do with him, but it totally affected him, no matter what she tries to say,” a purported source told Star magazine, not known for its reliable reporting.

Finally, Miley stepped in to quell the rumors. “no there is not trouble in paradise … just thoughts.”

But the tabloids don’t give up on a juicy rumor easily, and the story morphed from Miley being dissatisfied to Liam being upset with her. Now he’s supposedly urging her to delete her twitter account… again.

Hemsworth is currently filming the “Hunger Games” sequel in North Carolina. Miley is obviously bored. But it’s unlikely he’s upset with her. If he doesn’t know and accept her personality by now, heaven help him.

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