Suffolk County is ticked off at Madonna for allowing construction vehicles to cut through her Bridgehampton horse farm — which the county and Southampton Town hold the development rights to — and she has been issued a cease-and-desist order, according to Newsday.
Newsday reports that vehicles were cutting through the farm to get to Madonna’s adjacent property, where the development rights are intact. County law prohibits thoroughfares on farmland preservation program parcels, unless they serve an agricultural purpose, the report states.
In 2010, Madonna’s Wild Horses Farm LLC was cited for erecting a paddock fence there — 24 acres at the southeast corner of Scuttle Hole Road and Mitchell Lane — without a permit.
Read the whole story at newsday.com.