Lindsay Lohan Ditches Famous Circles To Find Her New Man
LiLo is current dating a British student and part-time model
Lindsay Lohan has had no shortage of love affairs over the years, be they male or female LiLo doesn't tend to stay single for long and as her conquests fly by, the actress has been forced to leave Hollywood behind to find her latest man. Her newest piece of arm candy has been plucked from one of the most unlikely of sources too: Liverpool John Moores University, where her new man studies between working part-time as a model.
Lindsay has a thing for British accents apparently
Christian Arno Williams and Lindsay met whilst at the Shanghai Fashion Awards, where Williams appeared on the catwalk and met up with her after parading for the punters. According to The Mirror, the two have been inseparable since then and Lindsay has been in the UK as much as possible in order to spend time with her hunky new man. She is apparently so smitten with her new fella that she even spent a reported £30,000 on a brand new Rolex for him, which sure beats a box of chocolates.
“Christian is a total cheeky chappy and has no fear," a source close to the couple told the paper. “He caught Lindsay’s eye and just went in for the kill. He’s very good-looking and Lindsay loves the British accent. They spent loads of time together and got pretty close, quite quickly."
Lindsay is spending as much time with her new man as she can
"Neither knows whether this will lead to anything or if it was merely a holiday romance but, at the moment," the source continued. "Christian is really happy and quite excited. He has only told a handful of people and is trying to be discreet, as is Lindsay.”
According to the report, their relationship is still in its early stages, but the pair are said to be completely smitten with each other and are quickly falling in love. Lindsay was last seen in England on Thursday, when she was spotted at Mahiki nightclub in London, although it is unknown whether her new man was with her then. More word on this relationship as it develops.
Will it last?