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Over the weekend we were all left absolutely stunned as Lindsay Lohan took to social media to tell her millions of followers that her fiance, Egor Tarabasov, had cheated on her with a Russian prostitute.
She also hinted that she was pregnant before footage obtained by The Sun showed her screaming on her London balcony that Egor was “trying to kill her” as police officers broke down her front door.
Now Lindsay has taken to social media once again, this time to beg for privacy so that she can deal with her “personal matters” alone.
Make your mind up, Linds.
Posting a photo of a heart-shaped cloud on Instagram, the actress wrote: “I would appreciate if these speculations regarding my personal life would respectfully come to a halt.
"Unfortunately, a private matter has become more public than I can control and I would be extremely grateful if my fiancé and myself could discuss our personal matters on our own.
"There are more important things going on in the world than our relationship. Please leave us be to solve our personal matters.”
Concerned neighbours called the authorities after Lindsay suffered a meltdown on her balcony during a furious row with Egor, screaming her name and address across the street, she shouted: “Please, please, please. He just strangled me. He almost killed me. Everybody will know, get out of my house.
"Do it. I dare you again. You’re f*cking crazy, you sick f*ck, you need help. It’s my house, get out of my house.
"I’m done. I don’t love you anymore, you tried to kill me you’re a f*cking psycho.”
A spokesman for Met police confirmed that they had been to her house, explaining: “Officers attended and following concerns for the welfare of the occupants inside they forced entry into the address.
"There was no one inside but enquiries were made and the occupants were traced and found to be safe and well.”
It has also been reported that Lindsay has fled the country, making her way to Heathrow airport alone last night in order to escape the dramatic events.