Paris falls off a horse and causes media frenzy; girls may visit nudist colony.

Paris falls off a horse and causes media frenzy; girls may visit nudist colony.
During taping for Simple Life 2, Paris Hilton fell off a horse Friday night in Florida’s Hernando County, which is located north of Tampa. She was flown to a hospital, despite the fact that she “was not injured,” according to the St. Petersburg Times. A FOX publicist said, “She was walking around shortly after the incident, and is fully coherent.” Coherent? No wonder they flew her to the emergency room. In the region, the fall and her mere presence have caused quite a media circus. Earlier, on Thursday, the girls were spotted at Weeki Wachee Springs. This past weekend, they may or may not have visited a nudist colony; the paper reports that three nudist colonies in Land O’Lakes were approached by producers. One of them “rejected the idea after producers requested the resort let Hilton and Richie coach opposing teams in a nude touch football game.”

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