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Lindsay Lohan attends launch of her new Greek nightclub

Published 16/10/2016

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

The actress sported a bandage on the finger she almost ripped off during a boating accident.

Lindsay Lohan got serious about the nightclub business in Athens, Greece on Saturday night (15Oct16), spending over seven hours greeting revellers at her new venue and spinning records.

The Mean Girls star was at the launch of her namesake club, which was flooded with fans and fun-seekers after she announced the opening of Lohan Nightclub via Instagram on Thursday (13Oct16).

The 30-year-old former party girl uploaded a poster advertising the opening night of Lohan Nightclub, and wrote: "#ATHENS #work and take time before & after to #giveback #this is #businessonly (Iera odos 30-32, Gazi, Athens, Greece) contact Panagiotis Spentzos."

She then shared a photo of herself with a mystery man, and added the caption: "Getting ready for #LOHANNIGHTCLUB #athens."

Lindsay, who has been vacationing in Turkey and Greece in recent weeks after celebrating her 30th birthday there this summer (Jul16), arrived at the club at 10pm local time, according to local reports and stayed until 5am, even taking to the DJ booth at one point to calm excited revellers down.

Lohan is still nursing a sore finger after almost severing a digit in a boating accident off the coast of Turkey earlier this month (Oct16).

The actress' hand became caught up in an anchor chain and she lost the tip of her ring finger. It was stitched back on during surgery at a a nearby hospital.

She posted images of her bloodied and bandaged digit on social media, and tweeted: "To make this very clear. The bottom part of my finger was ripped off."

While holidaying in the Mediterranean region, Lohan recently helped to relocate a Syrian refugee family in Turkey.

According to editors at Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, the actress met the refugees during a visit to the area last month (Sep16).

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