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Nasty Naomi by the Numbers

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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CAMPBELL STEW now with beef! The Sun reports today that slap-happy supermodel Naomi Campbell was arrested in London for clawing the face of her drug counselor (she posted bail and was released). This isn't the first time Campbell's been involved in a legal skirmish. Herein, a by-the-numbers run down of the 36-year-old's rap sheet:

• Times, in the past 8 years, Campbell has been accused of assault: 9

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• Assaults involving devices primarily used for inter-personal communication: 4

• Continents said assaults span: 3

• Times said assaults have involved an assistant or maid: 7

• Times Campbell has been compared to Mike Tyson: 1

• Times Campbell has threatened to throw someone out of a moving vehicle: 1 (known)

• Times an assistant has described working for Campbell as "a fairy tale gone wrong": 1

• Damage, in dollars, Campbell inflicted on the yacht of ex-boyfriend Badr Jafar after finding the tomato, mozzarella, and dried ham appetizer served to her on said yacht unsatisfactory : $54,000

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• Additional food-related crimes Campbell has perpetrated on the global dining community through the five outposts of her Fashion Cafe: countless

• Damages received, in dollars, after Campbell sued the Daily Mirror for publishing photos of her leaving a Narcotics Anonymous meeting: approximately $6,000

• Dollars Campbell spent, in legal fees, to win this amount: approximately $1 million



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