Miley Cyrus was a mean girl when she was Destiny Hope

MADRID, SPAIN - NOVEMBER 07: Miley Cyrus performs during the MTV Europe Music Awards 2010 live show at La Caja Magica on November 7, 2010 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Nicole Mullen-Holm, a girl who used to hang with Miley Cyrus when she was a young unknown Destiny Hope Cyrus, claims that the salvia smoking Disney star was a mean girl in school, not a victim of bullying like she claimed in her biography Miles to Go.

She told RadarOnline

“I’m so in shock that Destiny, oh, I mean Miley, wrote a book about being the victim of middle school bullying when she was the mean girl of our school. Even though we were friends, she was still a brat. I knew her from the first grade and when she and I got to middle school, she just did a 180-degree turn in the wrong direction. “

Mullen-Holm also gives a specific example of Miley’s alleged bullying: she made homophobic jabs at an overweight girl:

“Miley became so mean, I remember her shouting at an overweight girl calling her ‘lesbian’ and ‘dyke. Miley was a cheerleader and was with the ‘in’ crowd. She was never bullied in elementary or middle school. If anyone even touched her it would have been the end of the world. Her dad would own the school!”

By seventh grade Miley had landed her Hannah Montana role, and her life as a regular queen bee in school was over for good.