Robbie Williams ‘breaks fan’s arm’
Robbie Williams reportedly sent a concertgoer to hospital after slipping onstage and falling into the crowd during his concert.
The 40-year-old British singer performed a concert at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle last month as part of his Swing Both Ways Tour.
While onstage showing off his dance moves he fell into the crowd, an accident that landed his devoted fan Margaret Nash, 52, in hospital for a broken arm.
“She’s still in a lot of pain. She was devastated to miss the show,” a source told UK newspaper The Mirror.
Margaret declined to comment on the incident when the publication reached out to her.
But the venue’s general manager Paul Tattenden revealed Robbie’s production team has been in contact with her since the mishap took place.
“We attended to the lady after she said she had pain in her arm. We were later told she had broken it,” Paul recalled. “We got in touch with Robbie’s production company and they have been in touch with the lady.”
It appears Margaret’s daughter Katie isn’t happy with the star’s response, however.
According to the outlet, she took to Twitter to express her resentment over how Robbie’s team treated her mother.
“You fell on my mam and she’s been in hospital with a broken arm. You never even said sorry,” Katie allegedly wrote in a tweet aimed at Robbie.
The star has fallen onstage before at a 2006 show in Leeds.
And soon after this accident, he supposedly told the crowd how silly he felt over the blunder.
“That will teach me for being cocky , won’t it. I fell over like a t**t,” he is quoted by the paper as saying to Leeds concertgoers.
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