You can remove the
org-move-end-of-line bindings for C-e like so:
(define-key org-mode-map "\C-e" nil)
(define-key org-mode-map [remap move-end-of-line] nil))
Emacs 26.1 introduced the
org-move-end-of-line behaviour change whereby it stops before the elided
... of a collapsed section; but note that prior to that change org did still have its own
org-move-end-of-line, and so the code above (which should cause Emacs to simply call the default
move-end-of-line command instead of org's version) is still likely to behave differently in some ways.
The current version of the function doesn't provide an option for the behaviour you want, but you could potentially add an older (or modified) version of
org-move-end-of-line to your own config.