Miley Cyrus is said to be upset and considering a lawsuit against the company behind the "Finally Miley" sex doll, which sold out in 48 hours, CBS News reports.
Pipedream Products, which has also produced blow-up dolls honoring Lindsay Lohan, "Jersey Shore" star Snooki, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez and Paris Hilton has yet to remove the doll from the market, but says the doll has flown off shelves.
"We haven't received a cease and desist letter from her attorneys yet, but I have seen those rumors circling online," a Pipedream Products spokesperson told The Sun. "That probably means it will happen soon enough."
Cyrus, 18, has caused some controversy this year when she showcased a more mature image in performances and music videos, which marked a sharp contrast to her "good-girl" "Hannah Montana" persona seen on "Hannah Montana," the show that made her a worldwide star.In October, her father and "Hannah Montana" co-star Billy Ray announced he and her mother, Tish, were ending their 17-year marriage. He announced in mid-March that he had called off a divorce and that they were reconciling.
Cyrus began her acting career when she was eight and rose to fame with her role on "Hannah Montana," which ended in January after four seasons. Last year, she starred in her first major film, "The Last Song" with Liam Hemsworth, her on-again, off-again boyfriend, last year. On Sunday, Cyrus won the Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actress for her performance (see a list of winners).
Hemsworth was recently cast in "The Hunger Games" alongside Jennifer Lawrence, while Cyrus recently finished filming the sorority comedy "So Undercover" with friend Kelly Osbourne, which is set for release in October 2011.