Lindsay Lohan says she is 'good and well' after police kick door in after lovers' row


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Lindsay Lohan said she is "good and well" days after her door was forced open by police following an argument with her Russian fiance at her London home.

The troubled star, 30, said she was sorry she had "exposed certain private matters recently", saying she was "acting out of fear and sadness".

She was heard shouting on her balcony and worried neighbours called the police after being woken by the argument with millionaire Egor Tarabasov, 23.

In footage obtained by The Sun and filmed in the early hours of Saturday morning, the weeping star shouts: "Get out ... It's my house."

Lindsay posted this photo on Instagram:

She captioned it: "Dear friends. I'm good and well. #ATM I am taking time for myself with good friends. I am sorry that I've exposed certain private matters recently. I was acting out of fear and sadness ... We all make mistakes.

"Sadly mine have always been so public. I have done a lot of soul searching in the past years, and I should have been more clear-minded rather than distract from the good heart that I have.

"Social media comes with the territory of the business and the world we now live in. My intentions were not meant to send mixed messages. Maybe things can be fixed ... Maybe not .. I hope they can.

"But I am 30 years old and I do deserve a #GENTLEgiant Life is about love and light."