Demi Lovato Splits from Fiancé Max Ehrich

Brenda Watkins
September 25, 2020

Lovato and Ehrich started dating in March and subsequently quarantined together.

Now, while one source says their conflicting schedules pushed them apart, another said Demi "doesn't trust [Max] and thinks he's sketchy". "Words can not express how infinitely in love with you I am forever and always and then some", Max wrote on his Instagram when they got engaged.

Seems like there is trouble in paradise with Demi Lovato and her new boyfriend Max Ehrich, amid previous reports of the two tying the knot to each other. "I'm honored to accept your hand in marriage" On Sept. 24, it was revealed that their six month relationship - and engagement - were history. "I really wanted to make work". She gushed about her love for Max, 29, in their July 22 engagement announcement, saying, "I knew I loved you the moment I met you", and "You never pressure me to be anything other than myself". News insider claimed that "people close to Demi" shared "their doubts about Max's intentions", and by September 2020, controversy was tarnishing their relationship's shiny veneer.

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Demi took to Instagram earlier this month to seemingly debunk a slew of viral screenshots that showed rude tweets made by Max, in 2015. They lived in a bubble with zero stress, and everything was just fun. Lovato's fans also dug further into the actor's Instagram comments which proved he obsessively tried to get the attention of other celeb women including, Bella and Gigi Haid as well as Madson Beer.

Another insider attributed the split to Ehrich's growing public profile.

The source tells the publication that Demi didn't want Max going to Atlanta to work without her. As of yet, neither Lovato nor Ehrich have directly addressed the breakup. News though that Demi has been finding it hard to trust the soap star, and this after fans found old posts of Max calling Selena Gomez prettier than Demi.

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