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August 11, 2004 | HOWARD GENSLER gensleh@phillynews.com Daily News wire services contributed to this report
IN NEW YORK yesterday, the big story was that supermodel Naomi Campbell got in a fight with her maid. Police didn't make much of the whole matter, but the New York Post did. The tab said that Campbell ended up on her back in the brawl and that housekeeper Millicent Burton was so badly scratched she ended up in the hospital. "She's still swollen," Burton's son, Khirlu, told the Post. "Naomi has hit her before. " Reps for Campbell (she has an advantage here as her maid doesn't have reps)
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June 16, 2000 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Oh, sure, it's always the parents' fault. Naomi Campbell, notoriously prickly millionaire supermodel, says she wouldn't have such a bad temper if she'd had better parents. "There are a lot of issues that I have from childhood," Campbell says on "20/20" tonight. "For instance, not knowing your father, not seeing your mother. It manifests a lot of feelings. One of those feelings is anger. " Campbell has a right to be mad at her dad, who abandoned his family before she was born.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2013
GENERALLY, I don't think of anyone who engages in cat fighting on a reality-TV show as a success. But, for Sandra Woodley, who was raised by a teen mother, bounced from school to school and lost a brother to street violence, becoming the most-talked-about contestant on Oxygen's modeling reality show, "The Face," is a huge accomplishment. It could turn out to be the career break of a lifetime. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, one of three leading ladies on "The Face," has taken a personal interest in 21-year-old Woodley's modeling career.
LIVING
July 4, 1993 | By Roy H. Campbell, INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Naomi Campbell's recent announcement that she will wed rocker Adam Clayton of U2 is confirmation that the 22-year-old supermodel's days at the top are numbered. Why? Because whenever a major model nears the end of her career, she inevitably ends up marrying a music man. Old solders may just fade away, but old models hitch their wagons to a rock star - even if he is ugly and/or geeky. Check out these couplings. Mick Jagger dropped Bianca to wed the long-haired Jerry Hall.
NEWS
June 21, 2008 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Naomi Campbell was sentenced yesterday to 200 hours of community service by a London court after pleading guilty to assaulting two police officers during a so-called "air rage" incident in April at Heathrow Airport. (Air rage? More like Naomi just being - Naomi.) The supermodel, who also was ordered to pay a $4,600 fine, $400 a pop to each cop and $300 to the captain of the flight she disrupted, was lucky: Her plea deal let her avoid a jail sentence of up to six months. Naomi's rep said the celeb, most famous for weaponizing her cell phone, was "very, very relieved" the incident was over.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Bolshevik revolution in NaomiLand grows apace: Yet another comrade has risen up against Naomi Campbell's reign of haute-bourgeois terror. "J'Accuse!" says Naomi's former assistant, Comrade Amanda Brack. "J'Accuse!" Brack, 20, who is the third Naomi minion since March to accuse her former boss of abuse, is, to switch historical metaphors, suing the Robespierre of supermodels for "assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, reckless infliction of emotional distress, and false imprisonment.
NEWS
June 16, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services, the New York Post and People magazine contributed to this report
Supermodel psychodrama! Naomi Campbell pulled out all the stops this weekend, getting into a luxury-hotel shouting match with her flamenco-dancer boyfriend, then landing herself in a hospital with an overdose of barbiturates. Campbell was admitted to the Nuestra Senora del Pino hospital, on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria, early yesterday morning and was released last night. Hospital officials didn't say if Campbell had meant to harm herself or had merely gotten careless with the sleeping pills.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 1989 | USA Today, the New York Daily News, New York Post and Associated Press contributed to this report
MARLON REGRETS SHOOTING FROM THE LIP Talk about fickle. Only two weeks ago Marlon Brando said his just-completed film "The Freshman" was "horrible. " Now he's changed his mind. "It is clear to me that the movie contains moments of high comedy that will be remembered for decades," said a contrite Brando in an effort to make up for his denunciation, which occurred before he'd seen a partially edited version of the movie. "It's going to be a flop, but after this I'm retiring.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 2006 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
YOU CAN knock her off the catwalk, but you can't remove her claws. Naomi Campbell, the definition of a tough boss, was charged with second-degree assault yesterday after cracking her housekeeper in the head with a phone during an argument in her Park Avenue apartment, police said. The moody model was taken into custody shortly after police went to Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan to investigate the reported assault. Campbell was charged after questioning at the Midtown North Precinct, where scores of photographers, reporters and film crews awaited her exit.
NEWS
December 13, 1999 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
"War is horrible. Even just acting the war is horrible. " - Andie MacDowell, on her role in "Harrison's Flowers," a drama set in the former Yugoslavia If a supermodel can't pitch an occasional diva fit, is she still super? We'll find out with Naomi Campbell, who has reportedly just completed more than three weeks of anger-management therapy at an Arizona clinic. The glamorous Campbell, who stands out even in a business known for bad attitude, is said to have attempted something of a temper rehab at Tucson's Cottonwood facility.
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March 5, 2013
GENERALLY, I don't think of anyone who engages in cat fighting on a reality-TV show as a success. But, for Sandra Woodley, who was raised by a teen mother, bounced from school to school and lost a brother to street violence, becoming the most-talked-about contestant on Oxygen's modeling reality show, "The Face," is a huge accomplishment. It could turn out to be the career break of a lifetime. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, one of three leading ladies on "The Face," has taken a personal interest in 21-year-old Woodley's modeling career.
NEWS
June 21, 2008 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Naomi Campbell was sentenced yesterday to 200 hours of community service by a London court after pleading guilty to assaulting two police officers during a so-called "air rage" incident in April at Heathrow Airport. (Air rage? More like Naomi just being - Naomi.) The supermodel, who also was ordered to pay a $4,600 fine, $400 a pop to each cop and $300 to the captain of the flight she disrupted, was lucky: Her plea deal let her avoid a jail sentence of up to six months. Naomi's rep said the celeb, most famous for weaponizing her cell phone, was "very, very relieved" the incident was over.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Bolshevik revolution in NaomiLand grows apace: Yet another comrade has risen up against Naomi Campbell's reign of haute-bourgeois terror. "J'Accuse!" says Naomi's former assistant, Comrade Amanda Brack. "J'Accuse!" Brack, 20, who is the third Naomi minion since March to accuse her former boss of abuse, is, to switch historical metaphors, suing the Robespierre of supermodels for "assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, reckless infliction of emotional distress, and false imprisonment.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 2006 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
YOU CAN knock her off the catwalk, but you can't remove her claws. Naomi Campbell, the definition of a tough boss, was charged with second-degree assault yesterday after cracking her housekeeper in the head with a phone during an argument in her Park Avenue apartment, police said. The moody model was taken into custody shortly after police went to Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan to investigate the reported assault. Campbell was charged after questioning at the Midtown North Precinct, where scores of photographers, reporters and film crews awaited her exit.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 11, 2004 | HOWARD GENSLER gensleh@phillynews.com Daily News wire services contributed to this report
IN NEW YORK yesterday, the big story was that supermodel Naomi Campbell got in a fight with her maid. Police didn't make much of the whole matter, but the New York Post did. The tab said that Campbell ended up on her back in the brawl and that housekeeper Millicent Burton was so badly scratched she ended up in the hospital. "She's still swollen," Burton's son, Khirlu, told the Post. "Naomi has hit her before. " Reps for Campbell (she has an advantage here as her maid doesn't have reps)
ENTERTAINMENT
July 10, 2003 | By JENICE M. ARMSTRONG armstrj@phillynews.com Daily News wire services contributed to this report
GET IT IN writing, first, girlfriend. Then, start flapping your gums. That's a lesson supermodel Naomi Campbell should have heeded before she started spreading word that she'd been offered a starring role in "Chicago" on Broadway. A Chicago publicist has told the New York Post that, it's not quite time for Campbell to break out the Cristal. "Her name was in the mix, but there has definetly not been an offer. They often ask people if they're interested, and then they have them come in to see if they can do it. But she hasn't been in and there was no offer or anything.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 19, 2002 | REGINA MEDINA New York Daily News and Daily News wire services contributed to this report
SMILEY-FACED actress Julia Roberts is aghast - horrified we tell you! - at the universal order of things, specifically in Hollywood. "I cannot absorb living in a world where I have an Oscar for best actress and Denzel doesn't have one for best actor," proclaims America's Sweetheart, actually making some sense for a change, in this week's Newsweek magazine. "I mean, did you see 'Malcolm f------ X' and 'Hurricane' and 'Philadelphia'?! I could go on," she exclaimed. The "Denzel" Jules refers to, as most of you Tattle readers know, is famed actor Denzel Washington who was nominated for an Oscar last week for his role as a corrupt cop in "Training Day. " Roberts, obviously, is not adhering to the "keeping it close to the vest" adage.
NEWS
June 16, 2000 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Oh, sure, it's always the parents' fault. Naomi Campbell, notoriously prickly millionaire supermodel, says she wouldn't have such a bad temper if she'd had better parents. "There are a lot of issues that I have from childhood," Campbell says on "20/20" tonight. "For instance, not knowing your father, not seeing your mother. It manifests a lot of feelings. One of those feelings is anger. " Campbell has a right to be mad at her dad, who abandoned his family before she was born.
NEWS
December 13, 1999 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
"War is horrible. Even just acting the war is horrible. " - Andie MacDowell, on her role in "Harrison's Flowers," a drama set in the former Yugoslavia If a supermodel can't pitch an occasional diva fit, is she still super? We'll find out with Naomi Campbell, who has reportedly just completed more than three weeks of anger-management therapy at an Arizona clinic. The glamorous Campbell, who stands out even in a business known for bad attitude, is said to have attempted something of a temper rehab at Tucson's Cottonwood facility.
NEWS
October 29, 1998 | by Renee Lucas Wayne, Daily News Staff Writer The Electronic Urban Report and Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Just because you're skinny doesn't mean you can't administer a beat-down. Case in point is our favorite mannequin, Naomi Campbell, who's being sued for $2 million in a Manhattan court by one Georgina Galanis of Long Island City. Galanis claims she was hired by Campbell as a personal secretary but ended up catching wreck when Naomi: hit her twice in the head with a telephone, punched her shoulder twice, grabbed her neck and violently shook her head, and lunged repeatedly at Galanis, threatening to eject her from a moving vehicle.
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