Lindsay Lohan SLICES Half Of Her Finger Off In Brutal Boating Accident

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Oct. 3 2016, Published 2:42 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan nearly lost her ring finger on Sunday, October 2, revealing her bandaged hand to fans online after a boating accident.

"This is the result of me trying to anchor the boat by myself," she said with a laugh in a video posted to Snapchat. "My poor finger."

Later, in another snap, the actress shared even more gruesome details.

"I almost lost my finger from the anchor. Well, I lost half my finger, thank goodness we found the piece of my finger. . .I just had surgery to fix it," the 30-year-old wrote. "It hurts so bad."

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After her explosive beach brawl with ex-fiancé Egor Tarabasov in late July, Lohan has been licking her emotional wounds in the Mediterranean with friends.

But the drama is far from over. As readers know, Lohan made bombshell claims about Tarabasov last month, accusing the Russian real estate tycoon of more violence!

"I went to bed and he broke into my house. He started strangling me," The 30-year-old told Russian TV network Channel One in a tell-all sit-down. "I was scared that Egor would throw acid in my face. I jumped out to the balcony and screamed as loudly as I could, 'He's trying to kill me, call the police!'"

But according to the Daily Mail, Lohan was paid nearly $843,000 to give the exclusive interview.

Meanwhile, Tarabasov has strongly denied Lohan's claims, dubbing them as a "new smear campaign."

How ironic that her ring finger was injured!

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