THE most talked-about twosome in Hollywood are talking with a couples counselor to resolve their escalating problems, an insider told Page Six.
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson "are fighting like cats and dogs," according to our source. "They fight every day, screaming, crying and yelling at each other.
"Sam and Lindsay are still very much together and very much in love, but drama just seems to follow Lindsay, and Sam hates it. She deals with Lindsay every day. And every day for Sam means questioning, 'Is this worth it?' "
Page Six spies saw Lohan and Ronson get into a spat outside of Citrine on West 21st Street recently, and the London Sun published details of a explosive argument this week outside Boujis in London, where Ronson was deejaying. The paper reported "all hell broke loose" and the the screaming match ended with Lohan "in tears."
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Read The Sun account of the nightclub fight:
LINDSAY LOHAN sobbed in the street after a row with her lesbian lover that turned physical.
The wild child sank down in tears following the 4am bust-up with DJ girlfriend SAMANTHA RONSON.
The pair had come to blows in a trendy London nightspot after Sam spotted Lindsay dancing with her ex CALUM BEST.
Witnesses say the DJ flew at the actress "throwing punches" on the dancefloor at Boujis - a favourite haunt of Princes WILLIAM and HARRY - and playboy Calum, 27, had to tear them apart.
And as they were leaving the club Lindsay hit back at her lover "screaming and spitting" as the pair had to be pulled apart once again.
Lohan and Ronson fought in Dubai on Thursday:
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson had their second major spat in a week at the extravagant launch of a Dubai hotel last night. Sam took to the decks at the afterparty but left Lindsay in tears after they had yet another row.
A source said: 'At one stage Lindsay approached Sam in the DJ booth and screamed at her, 'How many more songs? How long is it going to take for you to pack up?"'.
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