Sharon Stone was hospitalized following a Fendi fashion show in Milan on Saturday.
The actress, who suffered a brain hemorrhage in 2001, was complaining of a migraine. She was later released and served as an auctioneer for an amFAR fundraiser later in the evening.
“Sharon experienced migraine related symptoms, and we all felt it best that she got checked out before the amfAR event," a representative for the organization said. “She was examined and given a clean bill of health,” noted the rep, adding, “And as she said, wild horses couldn’t keep her away.”
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We're glad Sharon had a speedy recovery (aided by boyfriend Martin Mica, who attended both the fashion show and amFAR event with her).