Lindsay Lohan wants to be left to solve her ''personal matters'' alone.

The 30-year-old actress - who publicly branded her fiancé Egor Tarabasov a cheater on social media following claims he had been unfaithful after failing to return home after a night out - has admitted she would be ''extremely grateful'' if her personal life was not interfered with, so she could be left to mend the relationship with her partner on her own.

The red headed beauty took to Instagram on Monday (25.07.16) to declare her wishes alongside a picture of a heart shaped cloud obscuring the sun.

She wrote: ''I would appreciate if these speculations regarding my personal life would respectfully come to a halt. Unfortunately, a private matter has become more public than I can control and I would be extremely grateful if my fiancé and myself could discuss our personal matters on our own. There are more important things going on in the world than our relationship. Please leave us be to solve our personal matters. (sic).''

This news follows Lindsay's outburst on social media on Sunday (24.07.16), which saw her claim the 22-year-old millionaire businessman had spent the night with a ''Russian hooker'', and failed to return to home.

She previously tweeted: ''I guess I was the same at 23... S***ty time- it changes at 26/27 @e2505t thanks for not coming home tonight. Fame changes people

''Wow thanks #fiancé with Russian hooker @dasha_pa5h

''Home? First time in my life- bare with me/ he cheated on me with hooker #meangirls#meanboysu b.

However, the drama did not end there as Lindsay had the front door of her Knightsbridge home kicked down by police after she accused her fiancé of ''trying to kill her''.

Officers were called to the red head's London flat after concerned neighbours witnessed her suffer a meltdown on the balcony during a furious bust-up with her beau.

Screaming her name and address across the street, she allegedly shouted: ''Please please please. He just strangled me. He almost killed me. Everybody will know. Get out of my house.''

She added: ''Do it. I dare you again. You're f*****g crazy. You sick f**k. You need help. It's my house get out of my house.'

'''I'm done. I don't love you anymore. You tried to kill me. You're a f*****g psycho'.''

A spokesman for the Met police said: ''Officers attended and following concerns for the welfare of the occupants inside they forced entry into the address.

''There was no one inside but enquiries were made and the occupants were traced and found to be safe and well.''