Erin Muller, the embattled ex-fiance of Michael Lohan, has broken her silence in an exclusive statement to RadarOnline.com, revealing she is considering dropping their bitter legal battle because of his recent health scare.
"With all of his health problems, I am concerned that if I don't drop the charges he is going to continue obsessing over me, and this case to the point that he may have another heart attack and die," Muller said in an email to RadarOnline.com.
"I don't want that on my hands."
A heart attack left Lohan in hospital and bed-ridden for close to a week, as RadarOnline.com was first to report.
For now, the one-time lovers continue their squabbling, amid revelations of a courtroom dispute over the couple's pet dog "Riley".
While Lohan lost that fight, he has confirmed to RadarOnline.com that his lawyers have sent subpoenas to a number of organizations, including Yahoo.
He accuses her of accessing his personal information, an accusation she forcefully denies.
Muller told RadarOnline.com: "I am not going to justify his allegations with a response.
"I have beaten each and every case he brought against me.
"Nonetheless, even though Michael keeps wrongfully attacking me both in the media and by bringing false charges and frivilous lawsuits against me, I have been considering dropping the charges against him in Suffolk County.
Lohan, too, admitted to RadarOnline.com he wanted a resolution to the ugly spectacle.
"Doctors said stress is the culprit," he said.
"I have to look at people and my life, a lot differently. Now its time for others too as well.
"We have all been through enough; Erin, her family, my family and all the people who will be dragged into court if this continues or goes forward.
"Stress is the worst thing for Erin as well, as she didn't need it and doesn't need more. Hopefully Erin and her family will finally realize what I do."
Both sides, it seems, want an end to it. But are not prepared to end the threats until peace is secured.
"If I do decide to drop the charges and Michael continues to harass me in the media with his nonsense and lies, I will release the numerous audio tapes I have," warned Muller.
"The tapes are very incriminating and are in the possession of the Suffolk County DA's office.
"He needs to talk to his lawyer about them because if they get released, everyone will know what really happened.
"I did not appreciate the abuse that Michael put me through.
"But, he can make his choice: go away and leave me alone or be subject to the release of the audio tapes. It's up to him. I, however, want this whole mess to be overwith, for both of our sakes."