Los Angeles - The two burglars who broke into Miley Cyrus' home in June are to be imprisoned.
Tylor Scott and Naomi Charles broke into the Wrecking Ball hitmaker's property earlier in the summer, stealing her Maserati, purses, clothes and jewellery.
The pair both pleaded guilty to one count of felony residential burglary on Monday, TMZ reports.
Scott also pleaded guilty to a charge of felony grand theft and was sentenced to four years behind bars.
The thief's sentencing was influenced by his prior convictions, as well as the fact he held a gun during the robbery of the 21-year-old singer's home.
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Charles, meanwhile, will face a year in a county jail.
The duo robbed Miley's home when she was out of town over the summer, but were arrested a few days later after the police identified them using surveillance video.
Earlier this month, Miley risked spending time in a Mexican jail after delivering one of her typically controversial on-stage performances.
The singer stirred trouble after one of her dancers playfully smacked the prosthetic butt she was sporting at the gig in Monterrey, Mexico with the symbolic piece of fabric.
TMZ suggested Miley had angered the congress of the state of Nuevo Leon and could face 36 hours in jail or a fine of $1 200.