Miley Cyrus does it again.
Another controversy swirls around the young star, after video goes viral of the actress best known for her "Hannah Montana" role smoking from a bong.
Sources say it wasn't marijuana the 18-year-old was smoking, but salvia. Salvia is a natural herb that is legal in California, where the video was allegedly taken.
Savlia may be a natural herb, but it is dangerous. Experts say it can give users a sense of invincibility that leads to injuries and can also cause users to pass out. There are some that believe it can induce psychosis.
While some reports indicate the video was stolen from a friend's cell phone, others are not so sure.
Melissa Gilbert, former child star of "Little House On The Prairie," is reported as saying she believes the bong contained marijuana and that Cyrus wanted to get caught. Gilbert is reported as saying in this day and age of paparrazi and video cell phones, she doesn't believe Cyrus didn't know she was being recorded.
Gilbert is the celebrity spokesperson for the Partnership at drugfree.org.
So what do you think? Was Cyrus caught unaware or is this is plea for help or a publicity stunt? We hope you'll share your comments.
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