Lindsay Lohan living in London hotel
Lindsay Lohan is living in a hotel after being asked to leave her London rental apartment.
Earlier this month, the 30-year-old actress was issued with court papers by lawyers acting for the landlord of a £3.5 million flat she was leasing in Knightsbridge, after she failed to pay £77,600 owed in rent.
However, Lindsay raised the money to pay off her debts and move out of the property and into Blake's hotel in the British capital but is planning to leave there to stay with a friend.
A source told the Daily Mail newspaper: "Lindsay has been in a complete financial mess. She has been staying at a smart hotel but has now had the offer of staying at a friend's apartment whilst she tries to sort herself out."
Meanwhile, Lindsay's former fiancé Egor Tarabasov, 23, recently accused her of stealing items from him, worth a total of £24,000, including a Rolex Oyster watch, designer clothing and a small gold crucifix, which belonged to his late godfather.
He has reportedly spoken to the police about the alleged theft.
A friend of Egor said: "Lindsay is in an absolute mess. She has blown virtually all her money, and has basically resigned herself to being declared bankrupt... The whole situation is incredibly tragic, and for Lindsay this is an astonishing fall from grace.
"The thing he really wants back and which, ironically, is of very little monetary value, is a small gold Russian orthodox cross which was given to him by his dead godfather."
However, Lindsay has accused Egor of breaking into her house and attacking her.
She said: "I went to bed and he broke into my house. He started strangling me.
"I feared that Egor may splash acid in my face.
"I jumped out to the balcony and shouted with all my force, 'He's trying to kill me, call the police!' I am lucky to come to Moscow to speak."
Egor denied all claims in a statement which read: "It has come to my attention that my former fiancée, Lindsay Lohan, is planning new smear campaign against me in the Russian and international media.
"My relationship with Lindsay came to an end in July 2016. In the weeks that followed, there were numerous attempts to discredit my name by inaccurately portraying the nature of our relationship, publishing distorted facts, and making false accusations.
"I decided not to address those harmful and false statements at that time. As an international businessman, I aim to maintain a low profile and concentrate on developing my business. I also chose to keep my silence out of respect for Lindsay.
"Today, I would like to state that all accusations made, and about to be made, by Lindsay against me are not true."