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Russian court delays homosexual propaganda hearing against Madonna

The pop star is accused of violating an anti-homosexual law during a concert in St. Petersburg

Noted gay icon Madonna will have to wait a little longer for a hearing to decide if she broke a St. Petersburg, Russia anti-homosexual law. The district court rescheduled the hearing for Nov. 7.

The pop star is facing a 333 million ruble ($10.6 million) lawsuit from nine St. Petersburg residents who claim that Madonna promoted homosexuality during her Aug. 9 concert, and violated their cultural traditions. The venue, Peterburgsky Sports and Concert Complex, and concert organizer PMI Corp. were also named as defendants in the lawsuit.

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