Ronson's mother: Sam's fine

Ronson's mother: Sam's fine

Samantha Ronson's mother has spoken out about her DJ daughter's much-publicised split from actress Lindsay Lohan - insisting Ronson is getting over her heartache.

Ann Dexter Jones heaped praise on her daughter, who has come in for some harsh criticism following her break-up with the 'Mean Girls' star.

And Jones wants to keep her distance, to allow Ronson time to get over the ordeal alone.

She tells People.com: "She's doing great. She's really, really well. She's always working. But I don't pry. I'm giving her space. She's strong and smart and with a great heart."

But Jones declined to comment on her daughter's ex: "Sam is a strong, fabulous girl. But I think it is good that I don't comment on Lindsay."

Several members of Lohan's family have verbally attacked Ronson since the split, accusing the DJ of using the star to raise her profile.

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