It turns out that you can't throw a glass at someone and expect to be welcome everywhere you go.
Actress Lindsay Lohan was first denied entry, and later kicked out of the Marc Jacobs party on Thursday night at The Gallery at The Dream Hotel Downtown.
Partygoers told Page Six that when a friend of Lohan's asked the door staff to let her inside, they were told, "it's not going to happen," by the event organizers.
Not taking a no for an answer, Lohan -- who was likely being turned away because of her violent antics the night before, where she threw a glass that hit a waitress -- called on her friend, Dream Hotel owner Vikram Chatwal, who walked her into the event.
Nearly as soon as Lohan sat down, security guards surrounded the area and told the actress she wasn't welcome, reports The Cut. Lindsay eventually left the party, without drama, except for demanding that a party photographer delete photos of her from his camera (he didn't).
Page Six reports that Lohan then headed over to the Boom Boom Room at the Standard Hotel, the site of her violent outburst the night before.
Surprisingly she was allowed in, but kept to herself in a corner booth "once A-listers and fashion royalty including Mick Jagger, L’Wren Scott, Rachel Zoe, Owen Wilson, Vladimir Doronin and Courtney Love walked in."