Unfortunately, some of those partnerships have since fallen on hard times.It was around this time last year that Lindsay Lohan broke up with Egor Tarabasov, the Russian heir who was supposed to revive her career and turn her into the Grace Kelly of Putin country.Though, this morning Page Six has cleared its throat and done a little “actually . While a source tells Page Six that Tarabasov has “a generous allowance,” he hasn’t assumed the full vast and wonderful weight of his family’s riches just yet. This all seems, after so many years of the opposite, relatively normal.
All Li Lo and Russia jokes aside, it's good that Linds was able to get out of her relationship with Egor, as it seemed deeply unhealthy for both parties.
Cheating and abuse allegations were leveled by both sides, and a seriously ugly fight between Lindsay and Egor that was captured on video underscored exactly how explosive the situation had become.
“In the end, he felt he had no choice but to go to police and formally accuse her of theft,” the insider adds.
“Lindsay had been in and out of the country, so police initially struggled to pin her down to be interviewed." The source claims that it was only by threatening to throw Lindsay in jail that authorities were finally able to get her attention: “They finally got through to her after sending an email to her publicist, threatening Lindsay with arrest,” the insider says.
Especially considering the type of woman available to purchase by international businessmen.
I’m talking Heidi Klum, Salma Hayek, Miranda Kerr, all bought and paid for. Ginger Titty Gollum, The Titty Gollum Hooker Thief.
I wish the best for him and hope he can move on in his life,” said a rep for Team Lindsay in a statement issued last week.
We're not sure who to believe, but the important takeaway here is that involvement with Russian oligarchs can lead to some messy legal situations.
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