Miley Cyrus has been photographed without her wedding ring just days after reports of an alleged cheating scandal surfaced. Critics are now speculating whether there may be any truth to the claims.
On March 6, the former Disney star took to social networking site Twitter to refute claims that she called off her engagement to actor Liam Hemsworth. However, just hours later, she was photographed without her 3.5-carat diamond engagement ring.
"I am so sick of La. And sick of the lies that come with it. I didn't call off my wedding. Taking a break from social media. #draining," Cyrus tweeted.
The 20-year-old singer's tweet appeared to be a direct response to a report from Star magazine claiming it had exclusive details about Hemsworth's alleged affair with actress January Jones.
The "Hunger Games" star, 23, and Jones, 35, were reportedly caught in an intimate embrace during a pre-Oscars party at L.A.'s Chateau Marmont. Life and Style magazine also ran a report with similar claims and neither party has addressed the cheating allegations.
"They went to a private house party, and right in the middle of the party, January was clinging to Liam, saying, 'You're so handsome,'" a guest allegedly told Life and Style magazine.
"He kept saying, 'We can't do this here.' Then they left holding hands and went out in the hallway and were making out. She was wasted. It wasn't good," the source went on.
Despite the alleged tryst, Cyrus, who got engaged to Hemsworth in 2012, reportedly wants to go forward with the wedding.
"Miley still wants to get married [but] Miley and Liam have had some problems that they are working through," a source told People magazine.
"They have always had a very passionate relationship. They have a very strong physical attraction, but have very different personalities and backgrounds," the insider explained. "This makes their relationship very complicated."