Demi Lovato having 'issues' with Max Ehrich as photos of him crying at their proposal spot emerge

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  • Demi Lovato is having "all sorts of issues" with Max Ehrich - he's "not leaving her alone," say sources.
  • The couple split in September, just two months after getting engaged.
  • The soap star was recently spotted crying on the beach in Malibu where he proposed to the singer.

Demi Lovato called off her engagement to Max Ehrich two months after the couple announced their plan to get hitched.

Demi "doesn't trust [Max] and thinks he's sketchy," a source said at the time, while another insider said the singer thought he "proposed to get attention".

Max later opened up about his split from the Still Have Me artist on Instagram, and in a series of erratic posts gushed about how he will love her "always and forever".

Reports say Demi's been "embarrassed" about his actions since his split, and now, as photos of him crying on the beach in Malibu where he proposed emerge, we can't help but wonder how Demi's feeling.

In the photos, obtained by E! News, Max holds his head in his hands in despair, while a source tells the publication Demi is "having all sorts of issues with Max not leaving her alone".

"He has been trying to get in contact with her family and friends, and they have all blocked him," the insider says. "She's in contact with lawyers now on what to do."

This, after a source previously revealed Demi wants "no contact" with the soap star. "She is completely embarrassed at the way he's been acting and putting their relationship on blast via social media.

"She wants nothing to do with him," they said.

Yikes!  

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