Everything old is new again in Lindsay Lohan’s life.
LiLo’s BFF might be that alcohol-monitoring bracelet, installed on her ankle for a second time, but the 23-year-old actress has gone back to the future to find another friend.
RadarOnline.com photographed Lohan’s ex-love Samantha Ronson leaving her apartment on Friday night.
Lohan spoke exclusively to RadarOnline.com about the rendezvous. When asked if she and celebrity disc jockey were getting back together, the 23-year-old Mean Girls star told us: “We're friends.”
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Which is a step in the right director for the once dysfunctional couple, who broke up last year.
Yet even in singledom, Lohan and Ronson were involved in a number of public spats, including Lohan getting banned from Los Angeles club Trousdale after throwing her glass at her ex, as we reported exclusively.
There was also an awkward scenario when Ronson was spinning at Teddy's at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in February.
Lohan showed up around 2 a.m. and left soon after but did not speak to Ronson, who ignored her and made sure that she was blocked enough by friends that she couldn't come over to the booth.
A week earlier, Lohan and Ronson got into a very public screaming match at the Tea Room in Hollywood.
The altercation ended with Lohan throwing a cigarette at her former flame, and Ronson storming off – taking the wires from the deejay table with her so there were no tunes in the Tea Room for 20 minutes.
In a recent interview, Lohan admitted she wanted to make it work with Ronson.
"I never really thought about women before, it kind of just happened with Samantha,” she said.
“It surprised me... we're still in touch... she has always been one of my best friends."
Lohan is due in court July 6 for a hearing to determine whether she violated the terms of her probation by skipping alcohol education classes, which she was sentenced to after her second DUI conviction in 2007.
If a judge rules that the troubled star did, she could face 180 days in jail.