After announcing her engagement to Liam Hemsworth two weeks ago, Miley Cyrus was spotted having a splish splashin' good time with a guy pal and her assistant, Cheyne Thomas, in the pool outside their hotel in Miami, Florida.
Showing off her bod in a white bikini, the 19-year-old Disney star held onto what seemed to be a green cocktail while talking very closely to Cheyne and - after soaking in the water for some time - she walked to a poolside lounge chair and faced a bit of a wedgie with her soaking wet bathing suit.
Moments after the pictures hit the web of Miley and her assistant talking very closely in the pool, she tweeted, "I love my fiancé & he loves me. All the rest is bull s**t. We get to live a life of happiness no one can take that away from us!"
Miley's mother, Tish, also weighed in on the accusations of the pair flirting tweeting, "So sad that the nasty tabloids have to make up stories to sell their trashy mags. Cant they just leave these 2 alone and let them be happy?"
The "Last Song" actress followed up by telling her Twitter followers, "I miss my mommy & my fiancé #homesick".
Liam is currently filming for "Empire State" in New Orleans, with the motion picture following two childhood friends who plan to rob an armored car depository, and the NYPD officer who stands in their way. It is set to hit theaters on June 10, 2013
Enjoy the pictures of Miley Cyrus at the pool with a friend in Miami (June 12-13).
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