Madonna: No word on paparazzi in police log
A police report that was published regarding Madonna 's fall from a horse in the Hamptons is silent on whether paparazzi scared the animal. Her spokesperson Liz Rosenberg has confirmed it.
Sources have highlighted more on the news of Madonna. According to the Southampton Town police report , the pop superstar "was a victim of a fall from a horse" Saturday and was taken to Southampton Hospital with "unknown injuries." It is not clear whether she told anything to the police about the circumstances surrounding the accident.
The 50-year-old singer was undergoing treatment for minor injuries and bruises.
Rosenberg added that the paparazzi came out of some bushes and startled the horse that Madonna was riding in Bridgehampton, a haven for celebrities and the wealthy on Long Island's eastern end.
The photographer Thomas Hinton remarked that Madonna 's host, Steven Klein, was the only photographer around when the singer fell down. He further said that he made pictures of Madonna from a public road before and after the accident but was not present there when she fell.
Rosenberg continued that on Monday she was unsure whether Madonna spoke to the police about the incident . However it is reported that Madonna staood by her statement.
Before also she was being thrown from a horse in England in the summer of 2005, thereby cracking three ribs and breaking her collarbone and a hand.