A woman who died after sustaining head injuries in a fall at a nightclub after being reportedly involved in a "heated verbal exchange".
The 46-year-old died in Ninewells Hospital after the incident in the early hours of Thursday at the Out club in Dundee’s Seagate.
The nightclub published a statement about the death on its Facebook page and named the woman as Elaine Smith from the city.
It read: "When the club closed this morning and customers were leaving Elaine Smith had a heated verbal exchange with others. She turned away and lost her balance. She hit her head on the wooden flooring which was carpeted.
"An ambulance was called and when they arrived Elaine’s condition deteriorated and she was taken to hospital."
The club stated that Ms Smith "did not fall on the stairs." It continued: "Tayside Police have spent the day reviewing CCTV and we understand that at this time they are taking no further action. The club management continue to offer the highest level of co-operation to the police."
Management of the venue said they were releasing the statement in the hope of stopping "speculation and rumour" regarding the incident.
After Ms Smith's death late on Thursday, the nightclub released a further statement on Facebook which read: "Tayside police have just confirmed the passing of Elaine, our thoughts are with all her friends and family at this time R.I.P xx."
Tayside Police said enquiries are continuing to "establish the full circumstances into this incident".
Anyone who was at the nightclub on Wednesday night into Thursday morning, or who has any information about the incident, is asked to call 0300 111 2222.
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