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Lindsay Lohan opening nightclub in Greece

Published 13/10/2016

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

The actress is still recovering after a boating accident almost cost her a piece of her finger.

Lindsay Lohan is opening her own nightclub - in Greece.

The Mean Girls star announced the big news via Instagram on Thursday (13Oct16), revealing the new venue will start welcoming revelers this weekend (15Oct16).

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."

Meanwhile a post on the venue's website promises: "Enjoy top quality sound from the best resident DJs! Let us take you to the stars!"

The club news comes just weeks after Lindsay suffered a mishap during a boating vacation off the coast of Turkey, and lost a portion of her ring finger.

The digit was stitched back together during surgery.

The actress later revealed her hand had become tangled up with a yacht's anchor, and she had to dash to a nearby hospital to get her finger reattached.

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."

Lohan has been in the Mediterranean region for several weeks and 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).

After her visit the star posted a picture on Instagram of herself with a young Syrian girl and added the caption: "Re-united with my little princess with her beautiful family in her new home."

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