Rihanna Injured In Electric Scooter Accident
Rihanna was injured after being involved in an accident with an electric scooter.
The 32-year-old is said to be recovering after the fall which reportedly saw her suffer bruises to her head and face.
It comes after photos emerged of the singer in a car in Los Angeles last week, with her injuries said to be visible.
Speaking to People, one of Rihanna's representatives said she was fine and is recuperating well.
A statement attributed to her rep, said: "Rihanna is completely fine now but flipped over on an electric scooter last week and bruised her forehead and face.
"Luckily there were no major injuries and she is healing quickly."
LADbible has contacted Rihanna's label for further comment on the alleged incident.
A a representative for the star has confirmed that the 50-year-old had been riding his electric bike around the courtyard of his home when he had a fall.
The entertainment mogul was then taken to hospital, and was thankfully said to be doing 'fine' as he awaited surgery.
Simon's representative told People: "Simon has broken his back and will be having surgery this evening."
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The rep continued: "Simon had a fall from his bike on Saturday afternoon whilst testing his new electric bike in the courtyard at his house in Malibu with his family.
"He hurt his back and was taken to the hospital. He's doing fine, he's under observation and is in the best possible hands."
Earlier this year, Cowell told People that he'd been enjoying more activities like cycling during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as spending more time with his girlfriend Lauren Silverman, their six-year-old son Eric and Silverman's 14-year-old son Adam from a previous relationship.
On his exercise routine, he said: "Cycle, walk, swim, push-ups. I haven't cheated on my diet.
"I feel really healthy at the moment."
Cowell continued: "We definitely have more family time together now.
"We watch movies in the evening, play together, read books, comics, everything."
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