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Lohan on why her lesbian romance went wrong

Monday, November 26, 2012    

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Lindsay Lohan has described her relationship with Samantha Ronson as 'toxic'. The couple split up three years but Lohan says they are now friends again. She says she doesn't think they were ever really right for each other even though she deeply loved the DJ.

Lindsay said: "I need to love myself first before I could be with anyone else, and I was going through a lot. Two toxic people cannot be together. End of story. We're friends now. That's how it started so I think that's how it was meant to be."

Lindsay admits the separation left her heartbroken.

She told Us Weekly magazine: "I was bold enough to say, 'Yeah, I like a girl. And?' That put her in a situation where she was being attacked every day. That's not fair. And what am I left with? Heartbreak. That was three years ago. It was my last serious relationship."

The Liz & Dick star also says she blames 'sycophants and bad influences' for her troubles.

The 26-year-old actress has been arrested six times, checked in to rehab five times, been jailed, and completed 536 hours of community service, but Lindsay doesn't believe any of it was her fault. She said: "Kids go through ups and downs, try cigarettes, drugs and drinking. It's human nature."

— Daily Mail

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Case closed

Chris Brown and Drake won't face criminal charges following their nightclub brawl in June.

The singer, the rapper and their entourages were involved in a fracas at New York's WIP club — reportedly over Rihanna, who dated both of them — in which several innocent bystanders were injured. But police will not press charges due to lack of evidence.

According to gossip website TMZ: "The investigation into the bottle-smashing brawl at WIP nightclub on June 14th has been concluded and no criminal charges will be filed against Brown, Drake or any member of their entourages."

Drake's lawyer Blair Berk said: "Drake was never even a suspect so it's no surprise." It is believed Brown — who is still on probation for beating up Rihanna in 2009 — sent a bottle of champagne to Drake's table as a peace offering but it was returned with a note reading: "I'm f*****g the love of your life, deal with it". The gesture is then thought to have angered Brown and it resulted in him confronting Drake, who allegedly threw a punch at his rival, which led to a brawl breaking out.

— Daily Mail

The hunky felon?

America's Next Top Model judge Rob Evans has turned himself in to police on a felony assault charge.

TMZ reported that British model Evans arrived at Beverly Hills Police Department on Wednesday morning and was released 25 minutes later after posting $60,000 bail. A warrant was issued for Evan's arrest following a fight in March in Beverly Hills.

Sources close to Evans — a former boxer — told TMZ that Evans wasn't aware that there was a warrant out on him and turned himself in after learning of it and consulting lawyers.

They add that Evans says the alleged victim was "trash-talking Evans when he reared up as if to attack him, so Evans laid him out". Evans says the punch was in self-defence. No court date has been set.

The British male model is also Tyra Banks' rumoured 'significant other' and joined the cast of the hit reality show this year. According to ABC News, Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino said a warrant for Evans has been issued in connection with the assault that took place at Next Modeling agency offices in Beverly Hills on March 14. Although rumours have been rife that he and Banks are an item, Evans told the Banbury Guardian that they were never 'officially dating', despite being seen out together at numerous dinners.

— Daily Mail

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