Lindsay Lohan Launches a Drama-Free 2010
The actress vows not to let detractors "tear me down" in the New Year
Having said buh-bye to 2009, Lindsay Lohan is gearing up for a drama-free New Year.
“2010 is about moving forward, not backwards. Leaving the bad (people, habbits [sic], and negative energy behind) time to make changes-right!?!? :)” Lohan, 23, tweeted from St. Barts, where she’s been spending time onboard Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s yacht.
As Lohan vowed on her Twitter page, “Starting my new year off with friends&family, the way it should be….. No boyfriends and the other drama.” Lohan’s message threw cold water on recent reports that have romantically linked her to DJ Jus-Ske and model Adam Senn.
While 2009 saw the actress sign a lucrative deal with fashion house Emanuel Ungaro, costar with Robert DeNiro in the film Machete and channel her humanitarian spirit by heading to India to meet with exploited children, she also had her fair share of drama: a very public split from deejay Samantha Ronson, countless rumors of random hookups and bad behavior, and in October, having a Beverly Hills judge extend her probation by a year.
Still, Lohan, won’t let the detractors get her. “To answer everybody’s question … My new years resolution is to stop letting the lucky few that have my heart, try2constantly tear me down,” she Tweeted. “Everyone get ready for more (but positive-LOHAN MAYHEM!!!!!!!!)”
New Year’s Eve, Lohan – along with her traveling companions, including her stylist BFF Patrick Aufdenkamp – attended Abramovich’s star-studded party at his massive Gouverneur Bay estate. “It was a New Year’s party to remember,” a source tells PEOPLE about the gathering that drew Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr, Anthony Kiedis, Jon Bon Jovi, Gavin Rossdale, Brett Ratner and Harvey Weinstein.
Abramovich flew in the Buena Vista Social Club to perform, and Gwen Stefani‘s No Doubt rang in the New Year, as DJ Jus-Ske, a regular at Manhattan’s 10AK nightclub, “rocked the night,” says a source.