- Demi Lovato has ended her engagement to Max Ehrich after just two months of preparing to tie the knot
- She ended the relationship because she was finding it hard to trust Max and their schedules were too busy to maintain their relationship
- She is very distraught and is spending time with her family to mend her broken heart
Singer and actress Demi Lovato has broken up with her fiancè Max Ehrich. The two began dating six months ago and announced their engagement on social media in July. A source told People magazine that they decided to break up because their schedules were too busy, causing conflict between the two of them.
Apparently, according to another source who spoke to E!, Demi was finding it hard to trust Max. This was after her fans found posts of Max saying that Selena Gomez is prettier than Demi. However, at the time, Demi said that these posts were fake.
The source said: "They were arguing a lot. There has been a lot of tension and Demi left him to get a clear head."
The source also went on to say that Demi did not know Max's intentions. There were many red flags, she didn't know who he was and he just seemed like he was a dodgy character.
Demi really loved Max and wanted their relationship to work according to the source. She is distraught and is now spending time with her family to try and make herself feel better about having her heart broken.
Briefly.co.za previously reported about Mzansi uniting to pay the fees of a student who hails from a poor background. Isn't it wonderful to see the power South Africans have when they stand united? A young woman, Seluleko Qwabe, called on Mzansi for help to pay her tuition fees.
On Thursday, Qwabe detailed how she might be financially excluded from continuing her medicine studies at Wits because of the money they owe the higher education institution. She shared a photo of herself and another one of her family on Twitter. Qwabe made a desperate plea to anyone who is willing to help, even if they only donated R10 towards the R132 000 she owes.
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