Catfish's Nev Schulman Thinks He Found Dina Lohan's Mysterious Boyfriend

Catfish's Nev Schulman Thinks He Found Dina Lohan's Mysterious Boyfriend
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Catfish star Nev Schulman believes he has found Dina Lohan’s mysterious lover . The television host took to Twitter this week and announced that he has made contact with Lohan’s boyfriend, whose real name is Jesse Douglas Nadler.

“UPDATE: found @dinalohan’s boyfriend…but his story is way bigger than I could have ever imagined,” Schulman posted.

Schulman told Lohan last week that he would help track down her mysterious boyfriend, whom she has never met. During an episode of Celebrity Big Brother , Lohan revealed that she has been talking to her boyfriend for around five years but has never even FaceTimed him.

Lohan dished on her romance during a conversation with Tamar Braxton, Kandi Burruss, and Eva Marie, all of whom offered to take her to San Francisco to meet her boyfriend in person. They also suggested that her boyfriend might be fake. According to Us Magazine , Lohan assured her co-stars that her boyfriend is a real person and that they are very close – he just does not use a smartphone.

Fans, of course, expressed skepticism and suspected that Lohan had fallen prey to a classic catfish con. But her former husband, Michael Lohan, later revealed that he had also made contact with Nadler via phone and planned to take him to Montauk for lobster. Michael, who divorced Lohan in 2007, added that Nadler is a good guy who makes his ex-wife genuinely happy.

Schulman, meanwhile, offered to help Lohan track down her boyfriend and arrange a meeting last week. Shortly after his Twitter post, Nadler wrote in the comments, “It’s True, and I’m the Guy.” Michael later confirmed that Nadler is Lohan’s mystery boyfriend.

Lohan has not commented on Nev Schulman’s most recent post. It is unclear if Dina Lohan plans to meet up with Nadler in the near future, though it is good to hear that he is a real person.

The Season 2 finale of Celebrity Big Brother aired this week on CBS.


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