Billy Ray Cyrus Accuses Firerose of Blocking ‘One of His Daughters’ on His Phone


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Billy Ray Cyrus and Firerose (real name: Johanna Rosie Hodges) have been left with achy breaky hearts amid their divorce. Less than a month after they split, the country music singer, 62, filed new court documents on Monday, June 17, in which he accused his estranged wife, 36, of blocking one of his daughters on his phone. Billy Ray shares children Miley, Noah, Brandi, Trace and Braison Cyrus with his ex-wife, Tish Cyrus.

Per court documents obtained by E! News, Billy Ray “discovered that [Firerose] had been conducting a campaign to isolate the Plaintiff from his family. He has discovered that the Defendant, unknowingly to Plaintiff, blocked at least one (1) of his daughters from being able to contact him on his phone(s) or electronic devices.”

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It’s unclear which one of Billy Ray’s daughters Firerose allegedly blocked on his phone.

Furthermore, in his complaint, the “She’s Not Cryin’ Anymore” singer alleged that Firerose claimed her maiden name was Hodges, but it was actually her ex-husband’s last name. In May, Firerose’s doctor was allegedly “having a hard time understanding” what her legal last name was, and she was allegedly overheard on the phone with the IRS identifying herself “with a last name that he did not know.”

“When [Billy Ray] inquired why the Doctor and the IRS were confused about what her last name was, [Firerose] became angry and stated that it was personal and none of [Billy Ray’s] business,” the court documents read, according to the outlet. Additionally, Billy Ray alleged that Firerose “repeatedly asserted” that he “was her soulmate and that [she] wanted [him] to be her one and only husband.”

The court documents also read that Billy Ray, “is aware that the Defendant has been attempting to obtain her U.S. Citizenship for several years and Plaintiff was concerned how it would impact her application for citizenship since she may have provided false information to the Immigration and Naturalization Service.”

Billy Ray accused Firerose of “intentionally” committing fraud “with the sole intention of inducing Plaintiff into a marriage to obtain the name ‘Cyrus’ under the belief that it would help her fledgling music career.”

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Billy Ray Cyrus and Firerose (real name: Johanna Rosie Hodges) have been left with achy breaky hearts amid their divorce. Less than a month after they split, the country music singer, 62, filed new court documents on Monday, June 17, in which he accused his estranged wife, 36, of blocking one of his daughters on his phone. Billy Ray shares children Miley, Noah, Brandi, Trace and Braison Cyrus with his ex-wife, Tish Cyrus.

Per court documents obtained by E! News, Billy Ray “discovered that [Firerose] had been conducting a campaign to isolate the Plaintiff from his family. He has discovered that the Defendant, unknowingly to Plaintiff, blocked at least one (1) of his daughters from being able to contact him on his phone(s) or electronic devices.”

It’s unclear which one of Billy Ray’s daughters Firerose allegedly blocked on his phone.

Furthermore, in his complaint, the “She’s Not Cryin’ Anymore” singer alleged that Firerose claimed her maiden name was Hodges, but it was actually her ex-husband’s last name. In May, Firerose’s doctor was allegedly “having a hard time understanding” what her legal last name was, and she was allegedly overheard on the phone with the IRS identifying herself “with a last name that he did not know.”

“When [Billy Ray] inquired why the Doctor and the IRS were confused about what her last name was, [Firerose] became angry and stated that it was personal and none of [Billy Ray’s] business,” the court documents read, according to the outlet. Additionally, Billy Ray alleged that Firerose “repeatedly asserted” that he “was her soulmate and that [she] wanted [him] to be her one and only husband.”

The court documents also read that Billy Ray, “is aware that the Defendant has been attempting to obtain her U.S. Citizenship for several years and Plaintiff was concerned how it would impact her application for citizenship since she may have provided false information to the Immigration and Naturalization Service.”

Billy Ray accused Firerose of “intentionally” committing fraud “with the sole intention of inducing Plaintiff into a marriage to obtain the name ‘Cyrus’ under the belief that it would help her fledgling music career.”

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