Lindsay Lohan is ready to open up about her and Egor Tarabasov’s tumultuous romance weeks after their split. The actress is willing to appear on a popular Russian TV show to discuss her relationship and breakup with her ex for a lot of money and fancy stuff including a meeting with President Vladimir Putin. According to TMZ , people behind the highly-popular “Pust Govoryat”, which airs on state-owned station Channel 1, have invited LiLo to the show via a letter, in which they say, “Please send the list of demands.” The 30-year-old star has sent them a list of her extravagant requests, which include 500,000 British pounds and a private jet with “hair, makeup and manicurist” on board. She also wants a personal security team, one year Russian visa with extension, a Ritz-Carlton penthouse suite as well as a chance to see Putin and take pictures with him. TMZ says Lindsay is negotiating with the show’s execs and some of her demands have already been met. Lindsay and Egor, a Russian businessman, recently split after very public fights and cheating allegation. Amid the drama, a video surfaced online showing the former child actress yelling at her then-fiance on the balcony of her London apartment and accusing him of trying to kill her. AceShowbiz.com
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