Thursday, April 3, 2008

OH SNAP! Naomi Campbell got arrested!

I honestly thought that Naomi Campbell was going to the good side.
She had made headlines for abusing her assistants (throwing cell phones at them).
Then she is in a hospital in Brazil or something with some major illness.
Now she is arrested!
I thought that she had changed her character.
That shows that you can never predict what will happen with hollywood, models, and Britney Spears (i just thought i would throw that in because you can never guess what she will do next).
Naomi Campbell was arrested at Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5 on Thursday for allegedly spitting at a police officer, Sky Newsreported. Police said a 37-year-old woman was arrested at the terminal on suspicion of assaulting police.
Okay, why would you spit at a police officer?? If you are going to get arrested, you could at least get taken away for doing something cool. Or at least interesting.
The Metropolitan Police spokesman refused to identify the woman, or say whether the incident took place inside the terminal or aboard a plane. He spoke on condition of anonymity, in line with police policy.
Yeah, we don't want to spoil the new, good idea of Naomi that some of us have developed.
BAA PLC, the company that runs Heathrow, didn't immediately return calls seeking comment. British Airways PLC, the terminal's sole occupant, referred questions to BAA and London police.
DUH! You hand the questions over to the people who were there! Why not have the people who were there tell you about it?
A representative for the 37-year-old British supermodel couldn't immediately be reached for comment late Thursday.
Oh that's dry. That person didn't know how much money magazines would pay to get the story first. I would have sold her out like nothing you have ever seen before. Because i would want to see the money!
In January 2007, Campbell pleaded guilty in New York City to misdemeanor assault for throwing her cell phone at her maid in a dispute over a missing pair of jeans. She was ordered to do community service and attend a two-day anger-management program.
Something tells me that the anger management program didn't quite do the trick...
Campbell pleaded guilty in Toronto in 2000 to an assault charge for beating an assistant while making a film in Canada in 1998. Under an agreement with prosecutors, Campbell expressed remorse and was released without punishment or a criminal record.
To be honest, i don't think she really felt that bad about it...She needs to get this over with. I am just curious to see what her punishment will be this time.
I will update this as soon as i get the news.

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