Lohan, who spends her days slinking around Europe, emerges periodically to remind us that she's still making moves — she was recently announced as the new face of Lawyer.com, and she told Wendy Williams in December that she's hoping to buy an island.
But she rarely addresses her personal life, likely because her personal life has been public for most of her life.
Lohan later said in an interview with Russia's Channel One that Tarabosov broke into her home and started strangling her."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! News, Tarabasov categorically denied all accusations of abuse.
"I was always running around my house singing Madonna songs or watching Judy Garland," she says, noting that she and her grandmother, an early radio soap star, would watch classics like Ahead of the shoot, Lohan chats with us from her home in Dubai, where she famously moved due in part to its criminalization of paparazzi (she won't confirm when she moved there, but says it was before 2015).
Over the phone, Lohan sounds grounded and prepared, if a little guarded.
On an island known for its all-night parties and Ibiza-style clubs, Lohan Beach House caters to an underserved market: "I really wanted to make it a family-style beach.People don't emphasize negativity." Instead, she says, the city is a "health-conscious place" that "promotes positivity and a positive attitude.It's not like New York, the city that never sleeps." All things considered, Dubai makes a lot of sense for Lohan.In the ten years since the height of her tabloid fame, Lohan has become something of a homebody. She says, "To kind of have to calm other people down when they're stressed out, which was me in the past — I think back like, 'Oh my God, did I act like that? '" Where her reputation as a coworker and employee used to precede her, now she has a new level of propriety to maintain."I want to make sure these kids are responsible for themselves, but it's a liability and a legal issue, too.