(Miley Cyrus photo credit: Annie Leibovitz for Vanity Fair)
A few weeks ago, Miley Cyrus traumatized fans (and, more importantly, parents) by posing almost-nude on the cover of Vanity Fair. Then, just last week, she found herself in the midst of a brand-new controversy: L.A.-based pop-punk band Lustra accused Cyrus of plagiarizing her song "Rock Star" from their hit single "Scotty Doesn't Know," a catchy cult favorite that catapulted the foursome to fame after it was featured prominently in the otherwise forgettable 2004 comedy, Eurotrip.
And while Lustra is said to be considering legal action against Cyrus, they've already waged war outside the courtroom by battling the pint-sized pop tart the only way they know how: dissing her on the Internet.
Think you've got a good ear for song snatching? Listen to both songs on Lustra's MySpace, and tell us if you think Lustra has a case against The Cyrus Corp. And see what one outspoken fan has to say in her video response. (We must say, her production skills are on point!)