Lindsay Lohan Devastated Over Break-Up; Ronson Family Talks To Police About Restraining Order

Lindsay Lohan has said she is devastated following her break up with DJ Samantha Ronson.

"I love Samantha," the 22-year-old told Us Weekly of her split with her girlfriend of 2-years. "I'm so alone without her."

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Us Weekly's new cover story claims to have every dramatic detail, told by Lindsay herself, on what the actress describes as the "worst night of my life."

As previously reported on, things escalated last Friday after Lindsay was reportedly banned from Sam's twin sister, Charlotte Ronson's, "I Heart Ronson" for JCPenney party at the Chateau Marmont.

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It was on that evening, according to Lindsay, she was "set up" and confronted by Ronson's family and friends.

"They had to embarrass me. It's not fair: I'm a [expletive] 22-year old girl who's in love," Lindsay said, according to Us. "I felt like I was in 'Mean Girls,' but worse: 'Mean Girls' was a fake movie."

According to Jill Martin, a Contributing Editor to Us Weekly, sources say Lindsay is at a breaking point.

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"Insiders say that she's losing it," Martin told Access. "She laughs when she's asked about possible suicide attempts, but a friend of Lindsay's says that she should be institutionalized."

However, Lindsay denies such notions.

"I'm OK, I'm just really hurt," she told the mag.

But there are reports Lindsay may be hurting herself physically.

Yesterday, Charlotte and her mother, Ann, went to a Beverly Hills Police Station inquiring about a restraining order, Access Hollywood has learned. Additionally, Sam's mom was reportedly overheard at the police station accusing Lindsay of being a cutter.

"Members of the family came in to ask about a restraining order," a Beverly Hills Public Information Officer confirmed, though they declined to say which members of the Ronson family specifically made the visit.

An officer who spoke to Access on Monday night about the Ronsons' police station visit confirmed a magazine reporter from OK!, which first reported the restraining order story, was present when Samantha's family members came in. When contacted by Access Hollywood on Tuesday, Ann Ronson said she was in New York on Monday night.

In a message from Lindsay to Samantha on Twitter over the weekend, the actress suggested the DJ's friends would be speaking to the media about their troubled relationship.

"im doing this publicly because u&ur friends call people mag," Lindsay reportedly tweeted. "so-you win, you broke my heart. now go away. i loved you."

Yesterday's visit by the Ronsons to the police station caps off several tumultuous days for the two women. 

Over the weekend, Lindsay was captured on camera, gathering her belongings from Samantha's home. Lindsay's sister, Ali, and mom, Dina, came with her for support. And Lindsay's family was again by her side, as Dina accompanied Lindsay as the two stepped out to Hollywood club H-Wood Monday evening.

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