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Entertainment Demi Lovato's fiancé Max Ehrich claims they 'haven't officially ended'

16:25  28 september  2020
16:25  28 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Max Ehrich has insisted he has not officially ended his engagement to Demi Lovato , despite the singer revealing last week they have broken up after six months together. The actor posted a stream of Instagram Stories, which he has since deleted, on Sunday night, in which he claimed the former

Demi Lovato ’ s ex- fiancé Max Ehrich says he found out his engagement had come to an end through a tabloid. In mid-September, Lovato claimed Ehrich ’ s resurfaced posts were fake, which prompted fans to re-share an old Instagram Live video of the actor gushing about his decade-old crush on Gomez.

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Max Ehrich has insisted he has not officially ended his engagement to Demi Lovato, despite the singer revealing last week they have broken up after six months together.

The actor posted a stream of Instagram Stories, which he has since deleted, on Sunday night, in which he claimed the former couple have not spoken and 'haven't even officially ended anything to each other.'

The new posts come after a source told People on Saturday that Demi, 28, made Ehrich 'aware that the relationship was over and it was going to come out in the press.'

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Max Ehrich has claimed once again that he learned about split from Demi Lovato online. Max Ehrich doubles down on claims he found out about Demi Lovato split in tabloids with new ‘This is the God’ s honest truth of how I found out about the ending of the engagement and have people from

However, Demi later claimed that the messages were fake in a series of posts on her Instagram. This week dozens more posts have emerged showing Max allegedly Ouch: Max Ehrich revealed on Saturday morning that he found out about his broken engagement to Demi Lovato through the media.

Demi Lovato, Max Ehrich posing for the camera: Messy: Max Ehrich has insisted he has not officially ended his engagement to Demi Lovato, despite the singer revealing last week they have broken up(pictured July 9) © Provided by Daily Mail Messy: Max Ehrich has insisted he has not officially ended his engagement to Demi Lovato, despite the singer revealing last week they have broken up(pictured July 9)

Demi - who's a recovering addict - met Max in March, began quarantining together immediately, and they got engaged in July.

Max claimed over the weekend that he learned that their six-month relationship over via reports in the press last Thursday, alleging cast and crew of his film Southern Gospel witnessed him learning about his break-up 'in a tabloid' while on the Atlanta set.

In a new stream of posts on Sunday Max again hit back at source claims that Demi had told him the relationship was over, writing on Stories:

text: Not over? The actor posted a stream of Instagram Stories, which he has since deleted, on Sunday night, in which he claimed the former couple have not spoken and 'haven't even officially ended anything to each other' © Provided by Daily Mail Not over? The actor posted a stream of Instagram Stories, which he has since deleted, on Sunday night, in which he claimed the former couple have not spoken and 'haven't even officially ended anything to each other' a screenshot of a computer: Love: He wrote in another Story: 'If you're reading this ... I love you always.... unconditionally... not matter what' © Provided by Daily Mail Love: He wrote in another Story: 'If you're reading this ... I love you always.... unconditionally... not matter what'

'Up to this moment we haven't spoken over the phone... we haven't even officially ended anything to each other. Literally. I'm here in real time with y'all. I love Demetria and just want her to be healthy and safe.'

Max Ehrich insists Demi Lovato romance hasn't 'officially ended'

  Max Ehrich insists Demi Lovato romance hasn't 'officially ended' Max Ehrich has insisted his relationship with Demi Lovato hasn't "officially ended" and they haven't spoken since reports surfaced which suggested otherwise.The 29-year-old actor and the 'Anyone' singer were reported to have called time on their romance last week but the 'Young and the Restless' star has repeatedly said he had no idea about the split, and has now claimed he hasn't even spoken on the phone to the 'Sober' hitmaker.

Max Ehrich broke the silence about his and Demi Lovato ‘ s split in a rather surprising way. The 29-year-old actor took to his Instagram Stories on Saturday, September 26 to tell his side of the story. “Imagine finding out to the status of your relationship through a tabloid…” he began in a text post.

American singer and songwriter Demi Lovato wreaked havoc on social media after ending her tumultuous relationship with fiancé Max Ehrich . After news broke out, new details about the split have been emerging as to why the couple decided to part ways. According to a report by E!

He wrote in another Story: 'If you're reading this ... I love you always.... unconditionally... not matter what'.

Max also told his followers to 'go stream' Demi's track It's OK Not To Be OK, telling them ' They lyrics are incredible. Her voice is impeccable. Keep it at #1 forever. It's what Demetria deserves. I love you.'

He also pleaded 'Give her the Grammy she deserves!' and declared 'Demetria is THEE best female voalist alive. And everyone should know it.'

Max Ehrich hints relationship with Demi Lovato is over for good

  Max Ehrich hints relationship with Demi Lovato is over for good Max Ehrich has hinted his relationship with Demi Lovato is over for good. The 'Young and the Restless' star admitted it was the end of a "chapter", hinting that his romance with the 'Confident' singer is over for sure, after he previously insisted his relationship with Demi hasn't "officially ended". Taking to his Instagram story, he shared with his followers: "One chapter finally closed this am. And now I turn the page. Focused on wellness, love, God, my family, friends and my art. Good vibes only :) x (sic)" It comes after Max insisted his relationship with Demi hasn't "officially ended".

While work and life ended up straining their relationship, what snapped the final cold was the distance and Max ’ s skyrocketing fame. He got wrapped up in [Hollywood]." While a breakup is the last thing Demi ever hoped for during her relationship, the source claims the singer is handling it well and is

Max Ehrich is sticking to his story of how he learned about his breakup with Demi Lovato . Find out what he had to say, below. "That being said, please end this narrative and focus on more important issues in the world. I love and forgive everyone involved. Let us be.

'She inspires me every day and is an INCREDIBLE human being. I know it's not her writing these stories. It's a machine. I love her unconditionally. Demetria I love you always and forever.'

The 29-year-old actor alleged Saturday morning that cast and crew of his film Southern Gospel witnessed him learning about his break-up 'in a tabloid' while on the Atlanta set.

'This is the God's honest truth of how I found out about the ending of the engagement,' Max wrote to his 1.6M Instagram followers.

'To find out over the Internet was beyond anything I could've ever imagined a person could do to another human. Leave me alone.'

However, a source told People on Saturday that the 28-year-old pop star made Ehrich 'aware that the relationship was over and it was going to come out in the press.'

Max Ehrich pleading with Demi Lovato to 'forgive' him

  Max Ehrich pleading with Demi Lovato to 'forgive' him Demi Lovato's former fiance Max Ehrich is desperate for the pop star to "forgive" him and take him back after the singer abruptly called off their engagement. The split news hit headlines on Thursday, but over the weekend the actor, who is filming a movie on location in Atlanta, Georgia, took to social media and revealed he only found out he had been dumped "through a tabloid". Ehrich followed that up on Sunday by claiming he has yet to speak to Lovato directly to discuss the reasons behind her decision to end their engagement. "To this moment... we haven't spoken over the phone...

Max Ehrich was seen in public for the first time on Friday since his engagement to singer Demi Lovato was called off. The actor, 29, was spotted heading to the set of his latest film Southern Gospel in Atlanta, Georgia, a shoot that he has been meticulously documenting on his Instagram of late, instead

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Since then Lovato and the four-time Daytime Emmy nominee have completely wiped each other from their respective social media accounts.

Since September 12, Ehrich has been filming his role as rock star-turned-preacher Samuel Allen, and he got baptized by his director and City of Life Church senior pastor Jeffrey Smith last Friday.

Meanwhile, the former Disney Channel star burned sage on Saturday in an Instastory tagging designer Edie Parker and healer Jennifer Schaefer.

Lovato - who boasts 200M social media followers - then ate Taco Bell and watched a UFC match with her mother Dianna De La Garza, pal Gabe, and British chef Lee Scott Beaumont.

Career-wise, Demi's three years in the making collaboration with DJ Marshmello - Ok Not to Be Ok - topped the Billboard Dance/Electronic Sales Chart last Thursday.

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