Lindsay Lohan has already confirmed that she and Egor Tarabasov are no longer together. Now the actress has given insight into what may have caused the relationship’s end.

Lohan has claimed in an appearance on Russia’s Channel One that her ex-fiancé was very abusive.

Detailing one of the incidents wherein Tarabasov was allegedly violent, Lohan said: “I went to bed and he broke into my house. He started strangling me. I feared that Egor may splash acid in my face. I jumped out to the balcony and shouted with all my force, ‘He’s trying to kill em, call the police!’ I am lucky to come to Moscow to speak.”

This is not the first time the actress claimed that her ex-fiancé was being abusive towards her, though. In an interview with the Daily Mail, Lohan said Tarabasov strangled her while they were on vacation in Greece. The actress said the act came from nowhere. Lohan said they did not fight prior to Tarabasov getting physical. The actress also claimed that it was not the first time she suffered physically from Tarabasov; it was just the first time the act was caught on camera.

Prior to making claims of abuse, Lohan said in a series of now-deleted tweets and Instagram posts that their relationship went downhill because Tarabasov cheated on her with a prostitute.

Announcing her status on Instagram, Lohan posted a photo of herself in black and white and captioned it: “Maybe I’ll go back to blonde? #noboyfriend #stillneedimsorry.”

Meanwhile, Tarabasov has denied all of Lohan’s claims. In a statement, the Russian businessman confirmed that he and Lohan broke up in July. Tarabasov also said that he did not address Lohan’s claims during that time because he wanted to maintain his privacy.

Lohan and Tarabasov started dating in 2015 and got engaged in April.

Lindsay Lohan Lindsay Lohan sparked speculation of reconciliation with her estranged fiancé Egor Tarabasov after she recently shared a photo of herself still wearing the engagement ring that he had given her. Pictured: Lohan performs during a photocall for 'Speed The Plow' at Playhouse Theatre on September 30, 2014 in London, England. Photo: Getty Images/Tim P. Whitby