Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth split up

Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus
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MILEY Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have reportedly split.

The couple - who have been dating since 2009 but separated twice in 2010 - have reportedly gone their separate ways after the former 'Hannah Montana' star's partying ways became a "problem" for the 'Hunger Games' actor.

One source said: "Miley and Liam are done; it's over. She likes to party really hard and can be pretty wild. It became a problem for him."

Another source added to the New York Post newspaper: "They have broken up before, and are broken up again now.

"There was drama because she suspected he had a wandering eye.

"And she recently tweeted a denial that he cheated.

"While Miley has insisted they are still together, right now they are very, very much apart."

Liam - who proposed to the 20-year-old singer-and-actress last March - recently flew back to his native Australia to escape his problems and spend time with his brother Chris Hemsworth and the actor's family, wife Elsa Pataky and nine-month-old daughter India Rose.

A source said: "He needed to get away from Los Angeles and spend some time with his brother and friends."

However, despite the split friends close to Miley - who was recently photographed without her engagement ring - are hopeful they will reconcile their differences and reunite once again.

One pal said: "Miley is a fiery character, and they do fight, but she is crazy about Liam. She isn't ready to accept it might be over for good."

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