Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Lohan and Ronson 'going hard'

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson were reportedly "inseparable" this week.

The pair were seen partying in New York City at Cabin Down Below in the East Village Wednesday night. Lindsay had a tumultuous 18-month relationship with the DJ, which ended in 2009.

Apparently the pair are back on, as this is the second time they have gone out together in the past week.

"[T]hey were going hard!" a source told X17 Online. "Sam and Lindsay were together all night and were totally inseparable. They were holding hands at the table, laughing, and back to their old selves again. It was total déjà vu."

Lindsay has spoken before about how she feels about the possibility of reconnecting with Samantha romantically.

"I never really thought about women before, it kind of just happened with Samantha. It surprised me. We're still in touch. She has always been one of my best friends," Lindsay said in an interview with British newspaper The Sun soon after their split. "She's the only woman I've been attracted to. We love each other. We might reconcile the relationship maybe, I don't know."

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