It's another tear jerker.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell speaks out for the first time about her addiction to rage and cries when her mother speaks to Oprah, and RadarOnline.com has all the highlights.
The catwalk diva, who turns 40 in two weeks, makes no excuse for her infamous string of attacks on housekeepers, assistants, police officers and cameramen.
"I am ashamed of everything I've ever done," Campbell says on the Oprah Winfrey Show, "I take responsibility for the things that I have done and I do feel a great sense of shame."
Then Oprah asks: "Are you just a petulant diva who wants things her own way?" Naomi says "it comes from I think an abandonment issue."
And, in what appears to be a televised therapy session, Oprah then speaks to Naomi's mom, Valerie Morris, who brings Naomi to tears when she admits "it's fair to say that yes, I do feel that I abandoned her."
Valerie says that when Naomi was a young girl, she left her daughter in the care of others as she traveled in the hopes of becoming a ballerina, and to build a better life for her child.
Campbell says on the show, "Of course I understand the sacrifice she had to make."
Naomi is celebrating 25 years in the modeling business and announced that she's been sober from drugs for six years and alcohol for a year and a half.
After two years, she says she is madly in love with billionaire Russian Real estate mogul Vladimir Doronin. But she still admits "I'm a work in progress."