NEW YORK (AP) -- A photographer who says he captured images of Madonna after she fell off a horse in the Hamptons is disputing the singer's account of how the accident happened.
Madonna's spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg says the singer took the tumble when her horse was startled by paparazzi who jumped out of the bushes to photograph her.
But photographer Thomas Hinton tells Newsday in online editions Sunday the only photographer present when the "Material Girl" singer fell was Steven Klein, her host in the Hamptons, a playground for the rich and famous on the eastern end of Long Island.
Hinton says he received a tip Madonna was in the Hamptons and took photos of her from a public road before and after the accident. He says he wasn't there when she fell.
Rosenberg says Madonna suffered "minor injuries."
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