Cops Break Down Lindsay Lohan’s Door After She Claims That Her Fiancé Tried to Kill Her
Police responded to a call at Lindsay Lohan’s Knightsbridge apartment when she begged for help on the balcony at 5 a.m. on Saturday (July 23, 2016), claiming that her fiancé tried to kill her.
Footage of Lohan shouting accusations of Egor Tarabasov’s physical abuse across the street was caught on camera by a neighbor and later published by The Sun. “He just strangled me. He almost killed me,” Lohan yells in the video.
According to the tabloid, Lohan yelled her name and her address to passersby.
“Please please please. He just strangled me,” she continued. “He almost killed me. Everybody will know. Get out of my house.’’
Lohan was also heard screaming at Tarabasov, who was stationed near the balcony.
“I’m done. I don’t love you anymore,” said Lohan. “You tried to kill me. You’re a f*****g psycho. We are finished … You can’t strangle a woman constantly and beat the shit out of her and think it’s ok. Everybody saw you touch me. It’s filmed. Get out! Get out.”
Police arrived at the apartment ten minutes later after receiving reports of a “woman in distress” and knocked down the door to find that the flat was empty. They said that no crime was committed and that no arrests were made.
“I was expecting the police to turn up any minute,” a witness told The Sun. “It sounded like they had been drinking and up all night.”
Lohan emerged in public less than 24 hours later with a friend, but then later accused her fiancé of partying with a “Russian hooker” and hinted at pregnancy on her social media accounts. This episode comes just weeks after Lohan threw Tarabasov’s phone into the sea in Greece and he poured a drink on her head.