Lindsay To Dad: Samantha 'Loves Me, As I Do Her'

Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson get close at the TV Guide Emmy afterparty. Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson get close at the TV Guide Emmy afterparty.

After months of mystery, Lindsay Lohan continues to take her relationship with girlfriend Samantha Ronson public.

“She loves me, as I do her,” the star wrote in an e-mail to the New York Post on Wednesday. On Monday, LiLo told “Loveline” syndicated radio host Stryker that the couple had been going out for “a very long time.”

Lindsay’s latest declaration of love came after dad, Michael, continued to criticize Samantha, writing on Sunday that the DJ was, “dark, hideous and a disgusting representation of humanity.”

“For God’s sake, when she runs out of toilet paper she tells people to use the cardboard roll. (I was told this firsthand),” he reportedly wrote in an e-mail.

“My father obviously needs to be on medication to control his moods,” Lindsay responded in her e-mail. “He is out of line and his words show how much anger he has, and it’s dangerous and scary as it reminds me of how he treated my mother and I my whole childhood. He needs to be stopped. This is yet another reason why we aren’t speaking.”

“I am in a great place in life,” she continued. “I have overcome a lot and have been able to learn how to enjoy and appreciate my life in every way possible. I’m proud of myself for being able to make a change in the past year and a half.”

The actress, who recently wrapped filming on “Labor Pains” and has been in New York filming a multi-episode story arc on “Ugly Betty,” says she’s turned over a new leaf.

“My past is behind me, and that’s final. There’s nothing more to be said. All the false accusations that people try to make are simply because there’s no story when things are calm and good,” she wrote. “But they might as well let it go because their lies don’t affect me anymore. Samantha is not evil, I care for her very much and she’s a wonderful girl.”

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