Nicole Richie And DJ AM Split, Again

Television personality and author Nicole Richie is interviewed by guest host Ryan Seacrest during the CNN program "Larry King Live," Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005 at the CNN studios in Los Angeles. Richie discussed her new novel "The Truth About Diamonds," how she overcame drug dependency, her famous father, singer Lionel Richie, and why she is no longer friends with Paris Hilton. (AP Photo/CNN, Rose M. Prouser) ** NO SALES **
AP Photo/CNN, Rose Prouser
"Simple Life" star Nicole Richie and her ex-fiance Adam Goldstein have officially split after an on-off-on-again relationship.

"We are confirming that we have amicably separated," the pair said in a statement released May 22 by Richie's publicist, Cindy Guagenti. They did not provide any details of the breakup.

Richie, 24, and Goldstein, a professional club DJ who goes by the name DJ AM, called off their engagement in December.

The two were spotted together again a few months later, and Richie confirmed their couple status in an interview for the June issue of Vanity Fair.

Richie, the daughter of R&B crooner Lionel Richie, co-stars with ex-friend Paris Hilton in "The Simple Life."

The reality show moved to E! Entertainment Television after Fox declined to air a fourth season. A new format allows the feuding friends to have nothing to do with each other.