Demi Lovato ‘trying to move on’ amid Max Ehrich’s cryptic postsSeptember 29, 2020
Max Ehrich posted messages to social media Tuesday seemingly alleging that ex-fiancèe Demi Lovato was being “abused,” but an insider told Page Six the singer is doing well and trying to move forward.
The “Young and the Restless” put up cryptic notes in an Instagram Story that said “#FreeDemi” then “#FreeDemetria,” followed by a third note saying “#FreeDemetria from people that have abused her,” according to screengrabs captured by twitter account #onlyforeverddl.
Ehrich also posted concerning messages to his Instagram about Jeffrey Epstein, which have since been deleted.
“‘Jeffrey Epstein’ me = Try to silence me for exposing the truth to the world,” he wrote.
To his Instagram Story, he added, “I’m so grateful for social media… For it gives a voice to every human being. If used purposefully; It shines awareness on things that need to be addressed. I’ll be posting on here for updates every few hours with pics… In case people try to ‘Jeffrey Epstein’ me.”
But the insider told Page Six on Tuesday, “It’s unclear what Max is referring to with his posts,” and that “Demi is happy, healthy, and trying to move on from all this by staying busy with work.”
Last week, 28-year-old Lovato ended her engagement to Ehrich, 29, following Page Six’s exclusive report that there was trouble in paradise for the couple.
The actor then turned to social media to publicly beg Lovato to reconsider.
“I’m here in real time with y’all. I love Demetria and just want her to be healthy and safe,” he wrote on his Instagram Story, also sharing that they hadn’t spoken since their split. “I love you always,” he added.
Their breakup came after old posts by Ehrich surfaced of the actor confessing his love for several other celebrities including Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus.
Lovato called the posts fake news but that didn’t stop the pair from heading to splitsville.
The exes got engaged in July, just a few months after they began dating.
Ehrich’s rep did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
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