Miley Cyrus may not be the epitome of well behaved but the "Wrecking Ball" singer dished out some advice this week to troubled pop star Justin Bieber, whose string of recent run-ins with police has inspired a deportation petition.
Cyrus, 21, stopped by "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" Thursday and gave her two cents on Bieber's wild behavior.
"You've got a lot of money. Pay people to make sure you don't get in trouble and party at your house," she said. "Buy a house, and add a club to it."
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Though she's never been arrested, Cyrus did ruffle some feathers with her scandalous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last year, which she followed up on by starring naked in a music video and smoking a joint on stage in Amsterdam.
"It's funny because today, I was looking at — my fans put all these people's mug shots up, and they were like, 'I don't see a Miley mug shot yet!' I get the most flak of anybody," she said. "I'm not doing anything illegal! I'm doing a lot of s**t but I'm not doing anything illegal! So that's all right. Everything I do is legal in California."
Bieber found himself in police custody for the second time in a less than a week Wednesday
when he turned himself in to Toronto authorities in connection with an alleged assault on a limo driver back in December. He was released and scheduled to appear in court March 10.
Last week, he was picked up for drag racing his rented Lamborghini in Miami Beach and then subsequently arrested for driving under the influence
. Bieber reportedly admitted to drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana, and taking prescription pills. He was released on $2,500 bail.
The 19-year-old Canadian pop star's antics have spurred people to start a petition to have him deported back to Canada for good. As of Friday, the petition on the White House's website has garnered more than 220,000 signatures.
This isn’t the first time Cyrus has given some advice to Bieber.
"I'm not much older than him, so I never want it to feel like I'm mentoring him. But I do mentor him in a way," she said in the August 2013 issue of Rolling Stone
. "Because I've been doing this s**t for a long time, and I already transitioned, and I don't think he's quite done it yet."
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