Hathaway injures arm in 'minor accident'

Hathaway injures arm in 'minor accident'

Anne Hathaway has been forced to wear her arm in a sling after having a "minor accident".

The 29-year-old 'Devil Wears Prada' star stepped out in New York yesterday wearing a see-through supportive rest which showed her limb in a bandage underneath.

Her representative told the Daily News: "She had a minor accident over the weekend and injured her wrist."

The spokesperson added that the damage is "nothing serious."

The actress - who was spotted going to meet a friend for lunch in the Brooklyn borough - has been filming her new movie 'Les Miserables' in London, England.

Last week her ex-boyfriend was deported from the United States of America.

Raffaello Follieri was taken from federal prison in Loretto, Pennsylvania and kicked immediately out of the country.

The convicted conman - who was Anne's partner between the years of 2004 and 2008 - pled guilty to conspiracy, wire fraud, and money laundering in October of the year their relationship ended.

He swindled millions of American dollars from investors in a church-buying scheme.

Raffaello was released after a four-and-a-half-year stint in jail and quickly sent back to his native country Italy.

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