Lindsay Lohan: Vladimir Putin For Egor Tarabasov Breakup Details
Lindsay Lohan reportedly wants a date with Russian President Vladimir Putin before she appears on a Russian TV. The 30-year-old star also wants 500,000 pounds and a private jet as part of a deal before she agrees to appear on a Russian show.Advertisement
Lindsay Lohan was approached to appear on popular Russian talk show “Pust govoryat” to speak about her relationship with Egor Tarabasov. The show airs state-owned station, Channel 1.
The host of the talk show reportedly wants the singer to talk about her breakup and failed relationship with her Russian fiancé Egor. According to TMZ, Lohan sent a list of demands to be fulfilled before she gives the interview.
On her demands list are a date with Vladimir Putin, a private jet with hair, makeup and manicurist onboard, 500,000 pounds, security, one year Russian visa with extension and stay at the Ritz-Carlton penthouse suite.
Meanwhile, even while the talks for the Russian TV interview are on, Lindsay Lohan has hinted at the fact that she may be getting back with Egor Tarabasov.
On Monday, the “Mean Girls” alum took to Instagram and shared a selfie with her fans wearing her emerald engagement ring, US Weekly reports. The star had removed her bling after calling off her engagement last month.
However, fans and followers were quick to notice that Lindsay was wearing the bling on her right hand instead of her left. So after all, the singer may not marry her fiancé too soon.
In July she and her fiancé had a very public showdown which turned violent. Lindsay Lohan was almost killed by Egor as per a video that surfaced on social media.
It all started when she accused the Russian business heir, 23, of cheating on her and even hinted she might be pregnant. She went on a rant against her fiancé, posting a series of messages suggesting he had been sleeping with a prostitute.
Egor has been noticeably absent from her Instagram since their bitter fight. The pair was engaged after eight months of dating, according to a US Weekly report in April.
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