Man and woman plead not guilty to Miley Cyrus car theft
Tylor Scott and Naomi Charles from Arizona have been accused of breaking into the 'Bangerz' star's home last month
Tylor Scott and Naomi Charles from Arizona, face charges of first degree residential burglary, grand theft of personal property, grand theft auto and unlawful driving, accused of taking jewellery and other pieces of property from the singer's North Hollywood residence on May 30 as well as her Maserati Quattroporte sports car, reports BBC Newsbeat.
The pair were arrested on June 5. Scott faces a maximum sentence of nine years and Charles seven years and eight months – the sentences are high because they were in possession of a gun during the robbery. Cyrus' car was recovered in Simi Valley, which is 45 miles from Los Angeles, on June 2.
Cyrus returns to the UK to play the Capital FM Summertime Ball on June 21 at London's Wembley Stadium. Cyrus then takes her 'Bangerz' tour back to North America for the rest of the summer.
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