Miley Cyrus is reportedly "disgusted" that an inflatable "adult doll" resembling her has sold out within days, reports the UK's Sun newspaper. Cyrus is said to be so upset by the 'Finally Miley' doll that she is planning to sue the company responsible.
Despite Miley Cyrus reportedly threatening legal action, the doll has flown off the shelves, reportedly selling out just days after its release. Kevin Johnson, of 'Pipedream Products' who created the doll, said, "We are completely sold out already - it's been on the market for less than 48 hours". Other celebrities recreated in Pipedream's list of products include Lady GaGa, Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian, Pamela Anderson and Beyonce. Despite rumours of the singer's pending lawsuit, Johnson says he is yet to hear from Miley's lawyers, saying, "We haven't received a cease and desist letter from her attorneys yet, but I have seen those rumours circling online. That probably means it will happen soon enough".
The Miley Cyrus doll, named 'Finally Miley', has been selling on Amazon in the US for around $27.49.