Miley Cyrus Watches Stripper, 82, at LA Nightclub

VIDEO: The 19-year-old singer and actress is front row at a Hollywood nightclubs show.
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Miley Cyrus' wild weekend not only involved an alleged punch-up at a Hollywood nightclub, but also a front-row spot as an octogenarian stripper danced on a Hollywood stage.

The 19-year-old singer/actress was at Beacher's Madhouse theater when the dancer, who TMZ.com reports is billed as the world's oldest female stripper, hit the stage to shake her stuff.

In a video posted on the gossip website, the 82-year-old is seen prancing around the stage in a bra, stockings and granny underwear to Nelly's 2002 hit "Hot in Herre."

The elderly dancer at one point takes the hands of girls standing next to Cyrus and later accepts tips from a reveler, all while an emcee works the crowd.

But the night was apparently not all fun and games, as TMZ reported that an alleged victim filed a police report early Sunday morning stating that Cyrus pushed him away and struck him in the face during an altercation with Cyrus' fiance Liam Hemsworth.

A representative for Cyrus told the gossip site, "This claim is completely false and erroneous."

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