Miley’s Parents Billy Ray and Tish File for Divorce — Again

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Miley’s Parents Billy Ray and Tish File for Divorce — Again

by The Insider 1:13 mins

Miley Cyrus can't be happy about this. The 20-year-old's parents, Billy Ray and Tish, are divorcing after 19 years of marriage. And although Billy Ray was the one who filed divorce papers before withdrawing them back in 2010, this time it was Tish who filed documents to end the marriage in L.A. Superior Court on Thursday, according to People. "This is a personal matter and we are working to find a resolution that is in the best interest of our family," the couple says in a joint statement.

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