It's safe to say that Lindsay Lohan's mom is happy to see her daughter's last relationship end.
Dina Lohan opened up to E! News tonight at the 80th Anniversary of Zarin Fabrics in New York City about the actress' tumultuous relationship with ex-fiancé Egor Tarabasov, and admitted that she's relieved they're no longer together.
"In this instance, very happy. I can sleep at night," she tells us. "He was just very young and it just wasn't working out. It got to the point where it was abusive. And I'm a victim of domestic abuse and it's hard."
She adds, "I never thought in a million years my daughter would have to experience that, but she did, and fortunately she's out and happy and done with it. I wish him well and I hope he gets help because he was a nice man."
Dina reassures us that the pair are "completely over" and says that LiLo is ready to find someone new. "She just wants to have babies and settle down. She's like 30 which makes me 130," Lohan joked.
Last month, the 30-year-old actress sat down with Russian television's Channel One and explained that she ended her engagement after her relationship took a violent, toxic turn.
"I went to bed and he broke into my house. He started strangling me," she explained. "I feared that Egor may splash acid in my face. I jumped out to the balcony and shouted with all my force, 'He's trying to kill me, call the police!' I am lucky to come to Moscow to speak."
Shortly afterward, Tarabasov released a statement adamantly denying the claims.
"It has come to my attention that my former fiancée, Lindsay Lohan, is planning a new smear campaign against me in the Russian and international media," he told E! News. "My relationship with Lindsay came to an end in July 2016. In the weeks that followed, there were numerous attempts to discredit my name by inaccurately portraying the nature of our relationship, publishing distorted facts, and making false accusations."
More recently, Lindsay revealed that she's currently recovering from a scary injury that occurred during a boating incident.
She nearly lost her left-hand ring finger after getting caught up in the boat's anchor. "This is why I shouldn't try to help get the rope to anchor the boat. I lost half of my finger," she tweeted. When asked how she's doing, Dina tells E! News, "We'll find out Friday. It's the tip, so it's all about feeling the nerve. She can't tell yet because it's all stitched up and still healing. That could take a while, that could take a year. So she's going back to the doctor Friday."