Miley Cyrus' San Fernando Valley storage unit was raided and thieves made off with her expensive guitar collection valued at more then $10,000

By Nicole Sands
December 05, 2018 03:04 PM

Less than a month after losing her home in the devastating California wildfires, Miley Cyrus is coping with more misfortune.

According to TMZ, the pop star’s San Fernando Valley storage unit was raided and thieves made off withher expensive guitar collection valued at more then $10,000. The robbery likely took place sometime in October, but Cyrus apparently believed that the instruments were being borrowed by family members and didn’t report the crime until this week.

The news comes just one day after Cyrus spoke out about moving on and staying positive after the destruction of her home.

“Honestly, I’m in a really good kind of healing place right now,” the singer, 26, said during an On Air with Ryan Seacrest interview on Tuesday, adding that she “definitely learned a lot.”

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Cyrus — who just released “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” a new collaboration with Mark Ronson — revealed on Nov. 12 that the Malibu home she shared with fiancé Liam Hemsworth was lost in the blaze that swept across Southern California.

In the weeks since, the Disney alum has found solace in wisdom shared by her father, Billy Ray Cyrus.

“My dad has always told me, ‘Life is a series of adjustments.’ And sometimes we never understand what our parents are telling us until we start to experience life more because they learn those things as they go,” she said in the interview. “So I’m starting to really understand what that means now. I think experiencing something as life-changing and devastating as a natural disaster, it’s a really deep character challenge, I think, to see the way you react to loss.”

After losing her home, Cyrus said she decided to move forward with a positive attitude.

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“For me, I had a choice of post-traumatic stress or post-traumatic growth,” she said. “You feel like you don’t have control, especially when something happens that’s a natural disaster because there is no beating nature; it is really what it is. To be able to go into yourself and to find that growth and say, ‘What am I gonna do about this?’ and being able to be an active member of my community — not as a celebrity figure but just as a neighbor — has just been really a big growing experience.”

After the fire, Cyrus and Hemsworth returned to the remains of their home, where they found little aside from the letters “L-O-V-E” that had decorated their front door.

“That’s literally and physically all that’s left, so I felt that that was really poetic. You can always rebuild a physical structure, but that love that can’t be destroyed is always there and always stays strong,” Cyrus told Seacrest. “That’s been something that gave me a lot of light at a dark time.”

To help victims of the California wildfires, visit the American Red Cross, the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation and the California Fire Foundation for more information.