The actress, 32, took to social media to tell those wondering about her business to "chill out."
Lohan wrote in since-deleted Instagram posts (via the Daily Mail) that "the club is moving to other locations in the world."
"I prefer my real life to be working with children and being with my family," she added.
Lohan didn't mention her club's new location.
The club opened in May 2018 and her MTV reality show, titled “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club," premiered in January. It followed the dramatic lives of her staff but didn't feature much about Lohan's personal life, which fans wanted more of.
Page Six reported the show was canceled. There wasn't "enough drama," a source told the outlet. “They wanted ‘breakdowns.’ That’s not where [Lohan] is at with her life anymore."
Lohan confirmed to Newsday on Wednesday, "The show was moving into a new direction. Perhaps not enough drama in my life for [a] reality-TV formula (as that's not where I am in my life). As for the club, we are simply moving the focus to a brand-new and exciting location in Athens, and also a new location and partnership to be announced in Mykonos. It’s all positive."
The "Freaky Friday" star has another club in Athens, Greece, but Page Six reported the number was disconnected.