Lindsay Lohan's Ex, Harry Morton, Dead At 38

Harry Morton, who is also known for founding L.A. restaurant Pink Taco, has died. He was 38.

According to TMZ, Morton was found unresponsive in his Beverly Hills home by a family member on Saturday, and was pronounced dead by paramedics who arrived on the scene. According to the report, no foul play is suspected.

Morton came from a long line of restaurant owners, with his father, Peter Morton, co-founding Hard Rock Cafe and Hotels, while his grandfather, Arnie Morton, founded Morton’s The Steakhouse.

Paris Hilton and Harry Morton during GQ Lounge at Coachella. Image: Getty



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Morton followed in his family's footsteps and founded Pink Taco in 1999 when he was 18. In 2008, he then purchased The Viper Room, which Johnny Depp used to co-own and where Joaquin Phoenix’s brother River died in 1993.

Harry also owned Elvis Presley's former Beverly Hills estate, which he purchased in March for nearly $26 million.



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Harry Morton and Lindsay Lohan dated in 2006. Image: Getty

Along with his business ventures, Morton was known for dating a slew of stars, having been romantically linked to Demi Moore, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Jennifer Aniston over the years.

He also dated Lindsay Lohan in 2006, after meeting her at her 20th birthday party.

Lindsay's mother, Dina Lohan, reportedly took to Instagram after news of Harry’s death, posting a photo of him with her daughter along with the caption, “RIP Harry God has an angel, we love you! Prayers to the family."

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