Miley gets rid of Liam's clothes

2013-10-11 11:31
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Los Angeles - Miley Cyrus has given Liam Hemsworth's clothes to a charity shop.

The Wrecking Ball hitmaker split from the Hollywood hunk last month and although a moving van was spotted at her Los Angeles mansion on 20 September clearing out her ex-fiance's belongings, she has managed to get rid of any of the things he left behind, including sweaters, underwear and workout clothes.

A source told the Mail Online: "Miley wanted everything gone, so she sent Liam's clothes off to a local charity store that benefits people with HIV and Aids.

"I hope that Liam doesn't need that stuff because Miley never asked him if he wanted it before it got packed up."

The 20-year-old star - daughter of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus - is ready to move on from her four-year relationship and needed to clear out any reminders of him from her home.

'Hurt and heartbroken'

The source added: "Although she said she wanted to break up with him a long time ago, she is really hurt and heartbroken, which is understandable. She wants every remnant of him out of her life."

Liam and Miley began dating in June 2009 after filming The Last Song however they had a few hiccups before they ended their romance last month.

A year into their relationship in August 2010 they were believed to have split before being seen again a month later. Shortly after they quit their romance once again however they reconciled their differences before getting engaged in June 2012.

This was short lived and a few weeks ago the couple's representative confirmed their relationship is officially over.

Since then Liam has been spotted romancing Mexican beauty Eiza Gonzalez.

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