Madonna suffers minor injuries when thrown from horse in Bridgehampton - 27 East

Madonna suffers minor injuries when thrown from horse in Bridgehampton

author on Apr 21, 2009
Pop singer Madonna suffered minor injuries Saturday afternoon when she was thrown from a horse while at photographer Steven Klein’s West Kill Farm in Bridgehampton, according to published reports.

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