Lindsay Lohan resumes charity work after surgery

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| Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 11:27
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Lindsay Lohan resumes charity work after surgery

Ankara: Actress Lindsay Lohan has returned to her charity work following her boating accident, in which she 'almost lost' one of her fingers.
 
The 30-year-old almost lost her finger over the weekend when she injured herself while trying to anchor a boat by herself. But she was back in Turkey to helping Syrian refugees on Tuesday.  
 
In some photographs, Lohan can be seen wearing a bandage on her hand as she arrived in the suburb of Sultanbeyli, where she met with the Mayor and helped a family move into a new home.
 
 
The 'Mean Girls' star earlier said she had to have surgery to take care of her finger tip.
 
At that time, she posted on Snapchat: "This is the result of me trying to anchor the boat by myself. My poor finger.
 
"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. It hurts so bad."   
 
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