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Lindsay Lohan paid tribute to her late ex-boyfriend, Harry Morton, by posting a throwback Instagram photo on Sunday.
The black-and-white photo from 2006 showed Lohan and Morton holding hands and smiling at the Venice Film Festival.
“Best friends. Best life,” Lohan captioned the photo that she shared with her 8.1 million followers.
Morton’s body was found Saturday afternoon in his Beverly Hills home.
The 38-year-old restaurant mogul was the founder of the Pink Taco restaurant chain, son of the Hard Rock Cafe chain co-founder and grandson of Morton’s Steakhouse co-founder. Morton founded the Pink Taco in Los Angeles at the age of 18. The Mexican restaurant has since expanded to Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, and soon Miami.
Authorities said foul play is not suspected in his death and an autopsy is pending.
Lohan’s family members commented their condolences on the Instagram post.
Her father, Mike Lohan, wrote “RIP” with a heart and crying face emoji.
The actress’ mother, Dina Lohan, wrote “So sorry my lil princess. He’s always with you, watching over you baby,” with the praying hand emoji and a heart.
Brianna Stone is a contributing reporter to the Daily Dot. Her work has been published by the Dallas Morning News, Austin American-Statesman, and USA Today.