A man named Jesse Nadler says he’s Dina Lohan’s mystery man whom she talked about on “Celebrity Big Brother.”
After Lohan revealed on the reality TV show that she’s been dating a man for five years whom she’s never met, 53-year-old Nadler told Page Six he’s the guy. Nadler works in commercial real estate and says he’s coming forward with his identity because he doesn’t want to be known as a “catfish” after her housemates expressed suspicions about his existence.
“I’m a good guy,” he told Page Six. “I’m the real deal.”
He added, “Just the thought of people thinking I could be a catfish when everyone knows me and knows how hard I work and how I respect women and mothers, it just kills me.”
Lohan’s ex-husband, Michael Lohan, also confirmed Nadler’s identity to us as Dina’s mystery man.
“I don’t think he’s the guy, I know he’s the guy,” Michael said. “If this is what she wants, I give her my blessing. I think she needs somebody. It’ll finally get me off the hook. I don’t want to pay her bills anymore. If she’s that in love with him, I give him all the credit in the world.”
Nadler and 56-year-old Dina’s relationship goes back five years and hasn’t been hidden from social media. The two have interacted on Facebook over the years, with Nadler and Dina leaving romantic comments on each other’s photos.
“My baby! Merry Christmas,” Dina wrote on his Facebook over the 2015 holidays.
Tiburon, California-based Nadler, who, like Dina, originally hails from Long Island, New York, shared screenshots of his conversations with Dina with us, as well as a voicemail she once left for him. As for why they haven’t met yet, Nadler cited his mother’s failing health — which Dina spoke about on “Celebrity Big Brother” — as a cause. He also said he could’ve purchased his lady love a flight, but he plans on moving back to the East Coast, so they’ll meet in person.
While Dina’s ex-husband is supportive, her daughter Lindsay Lohan was anything but.
“@dinalohan so proud of you mommy!” she responded to a post on the “Celebrity Big Brother” Instagram account. “But no more weird #catfish please.”
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