Lindsay Lohan 'calls off engagement'

Lindsay Lohan has reportedly called off her engagement.

The 30-year-old actress and her fiance Egor Tarabasov have decided to take a break following allegations he cheated on her and was physically abusive.

The news comes after the Russian millionaire was seen moving out of Lindsay's London apartment.

A source told the NY Post newspaper: "They are taking a break, she didn't want him trespassing in her apartment, but he went in and took all his possessions."

Insiders say Lindsay has taken the split hard as she thought she had really found love with 22-year-old Egor.

A friend added: "After moving to London and meeting Egor, Lindsay felt like she'd finally moved on from the chaos of her youth. She was really ready to settle down and start a family. Sadly, for her, she is losing much more than just a boyfriend."

Yesterday (26.07.16), Lindsay took to Instagram to speak about the recent dramas - which have included her accusing Egor of trying to kill her - and apologised fro making things so public.

The 'Mean Girls' star wrote on Instagram: "Dear friends. I'm good and well. #ATM I am taking time for myself with good friends. I am sorry that I've exposed certain private matters recently. I was acting out of fear and sadness... We all make mistakes. Sadly mine have always been so public.

"I have done a lot of soul searching in the past years, and I should have been more clear minded rather than distract from the good heart that I have. Social media comes with the territory of the business and the world we now live in. My intentions were not meant to send mixed messages.

"Maybe things can be fixed... Maybe not ... I hope they can. But I am 30 years old and I do deserve a #GENTLEgiant Life is about love and light. Not anger. Thank you to those who stand by my side (sic)"


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