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Demi Lovato’s Ex Max Ehrich Claims They Haven’t Broken Off Engagement – TMZ


Demi Lovato’s Ex Max Ehrich
We Have NOT Damaged Up …
It Ain’t Official With no a Cell phone Phone

9/28/2020 six:56 AM PT

Demi Lovato‘s ex-fiance is defying actuality boasting they haven’t damaged up … mainly because it ain’t over ’till they say the words to just one and other.

Max Ehrichwent on a ramble Sunday night, saying, “Up to this moment we have not spoken in excess of the telephone … we haven’t even officially finished everything to each and every other.” He essentially posted various messages on his Instagram story … which he has because deleted.

The “Young and the Restless” actor makes it quite very clear he will not want to end the marriage … professing his appreciate to Demi … “If you happen to be looking through this … I love you generally…. unconditionally… no make a difference what.” He went on … “I am below in serious time with y’all. I like Demetria and just want her to be healthier and safe.”

Max also lobbied for Demi to get the Grammy she deserves, introducing “Demetria is THEE ideal feminine vocalist alive. And every person ought to know it.”

As we described … Max, who also directed his admirers to stream Demi’s music, claimed more than the weekend herealized about their crack-upwhen he browse about it in the tabloids even though filming on set … insisting “this is the God’s sincere fact.” Demi reportedly disputes Max’s account … her people say she and Max spoke, she instructed him it was about and about to appear out in the media.

The Instagram stories came just days soon after Demi posted a photodevoid of her engagement ring. The break up arrives just 2 months right afterhe popped the query.

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