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Naomi Campbell Finds Her Inner “Pocahontas”

Aug. 7 2009, Published 5:00 a.m. ET

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Supermodel Naomi Campbell has a wardrobe stuffed-full of hundreds of designer gowns and outfits – but at a fancy dress party she opted to dress-up as Disney favorite Pocahontas!

Thankfully, the cell phone throwing beauty didn’t accessorize her outfit with a tomahawk though as she stepped-out with Russian boyfriend Vladimir Doronin.

The pair headed out with a group of friends for a fancy dress party at the Acqua Pazza restaurant in Ponza, Italy.

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And with her hair in plaits with a headdress Campbell did a pretty good impression of the famous squaw as her boyfriend dressed as a naval officer.

The 39-year-old model has been holidaying in Italy for the past few weeks and was last seen at a party thrown by her designer pals Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana in Capri.

At the party – which was attended by Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony – Campbell sang along with J-Lo at the star-studded bash inside celebrity haunt Anima e Core.

Naomi Campbell

But it hasn’t been all plain-sailing for fiery Campbell – last week photographer Gaetano Di Giovanni claimed she had hit him with her bag and attempted to slap him too while in Lipari, Sicily.

Her rep denied the claims. Campbell-- who has had various run-ins with the law - was once infamously arrested for assaulting her New York house-keeper Ana Scolavino with a jewel encrusted cell phone.

Following the incident, she was ordered to attend anger management classes and complete five days of community service after pleading guilty to the assault in 2007.



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