There's just no healing an achy breaky heart.
In an interview with "GQ" magazine, the former country heartthrob is quoted as saying he'd gladly erase the Disney Channel show from existence, believing that without it he'd have more contact with his daughter and he wouldn't be divorcing his wife, Tish.
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Cyrus also admits to being frightened for Miley, blaming handlers and other outside influences for allowing her to live a wild lifestyle. He says that despite playing the "father/manager" on "Montana," he does not play that role in real life. In fact, he claims, he is kept far away from Miley...except when "her people" need him to help diffuse scandals ("Well, I took it, because I'm her daddy, and that's what daddies do," he says, "'Okay, nail me to the cross, I'll take it'....")
When the subject of money came up, Cyrus was also quick to set the record straight about the public's perception of his role in pushing Miley into the limelight.
"I want to tell you: I've never made a dime off of Miley. You got a lot of people have made percentages off of her. I'm proud to say to this day I've never made one commissioned dollar, or dime, off of my daughter."