Is Lindsay Lohan introducing some tough New York tactics to the island idyll of Mykonos?
We’re told the “Mean Girls” star — who has just opened Lohan Beach House on the trendy Greek island — was heard boasting that she’d tipped off the Greek tax authorities about rival club Nammos, and that Nammos had been shut down for a month.
Indeed, Nammos was briefly shut down by the Greek version of the IRS on Friday, but it’s not clear whether Lohan dropped a dime or if she was just claiming credit.
A rep for Lohan denies that she either had Nammos closed down, or boasted that she was behind the bust.
“She told everyone on the island that she called the Greek IRS to shut [Nammos] down and got them shut down for 30 days,” said an insider. They added, “So people would come to her [club instead]! So f - - ked up!”
Stars including Kate Moss, Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski were on Mykonos for the launch of Nammos’ new upscale mall, Nammos Village.
But the Greek Reporter Web site said Saturday that the party was halted after “Greek tax authorities ordered the world-famous beach bar restaurant of Nammos in Mykonos to shut down for 48 hours on Friday due to tax evasion.” It claimed that tax inspectors “found that the company had not issued 250 receipts worth 73,000 euros ($85,000) and ordered Nammos to remain shut until Sunday.”
Lohan’s manager told us that “there is absolutely no truth to” the claims either that Lohan was behind Nammos’ trouble with the authorities or that she claimed to be.
The manager said, “I have physically been with Lindsay every second of every day in Mykonos, and I never personally heard her say that she tipped off the tax authorities. I don’t believe she even knows the tax authorities.”
Nammos didn’t get back to us.
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