According to the Daily Mail, the 30-year-old and the 24-year-old Russian property tycoon aren't done dragging each other through the mud.
Insiders revealed that the fallen star was ordered to show up at Charing Cross police station three times in May as an investigation was underway over whether she stole £24,000 (around $30,000) worth of his belongings — including a Rolex watch, clothing, and other pricey jewelry.
Lohan and Tarabasov had been living in a spacious flat in Westminister before splitting in August, where he believed she swiped his treasures before leaving him.
"Egor had been chasing Lindsay for months for the return of his personal belongings, but to no avail," a friend close Tarabasov told the Daily Mail.
"In the end, he felt he had no choice but to go to police and formally accuse her of theft," the insider went on. "Lindsay had been in and out of the country, so police initially struggled to pin her down to be interviewed.
"They finally got through to her after sending an email to her publicist, threatening Lindsay with arrest," the source said. "It is fair to say there is no love lost between the two."
However, Lohan's camp denied they ever received word from police that they were looking for her: "Egor nor any of his representatives contacted me at any time over the past eight months regarding his belongings.
"Once we were informed and back in the country we happily found the belongings and gave them back. I wish the best for him and hope he can move on in his life," Lohan's rep said.
This isn't the first time the rehabbed star has been accused of stealing.
In February 2011, she was blamed for taking a $2,500 necklace from a California jewelry store. She was later found guilty of nabbing the bling, and also of violating her probation. She was sentenced to 120 days in jail in April, but was released a month later and carried out the rest of her sentence on house arrest.
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