Madonna, like Tiger Woods, is connected to Anthony Galea, the Toronto doctor currently under FBI investigation for providing athletes with performance-enhancing drugs, according to new reports.
The Material Girl, 51, received care from the Canadian physician after she fell off her horse at a Hamptons estate this past April 19. Galea reportedly made trips to Woods' Florida mansion on four occasions in February and March for the golfer's therapy following a June 2008 knee surgery.
"Information regarding Madonna's doctors has never been made available to me, but I knew that sooner or later, the names Madonna and Tiger would be in a sentence and I'm delighted that it's sooner," Madonna's rep Liz Rosenberg told the New York Post.
Galea, according to the New York Times, was taken into custody October 15 in Toronto by Canadian police, after he was found carrying human growth hormone (HGH) and Actovegin in his bag at the border of the U.S. and Canada in September.
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There is no indication that Galea treated either Woods or Madonna With HGH.