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Naomi Campbell is one of the most well known supermodels in the world - joining the ranks alongside others including Cindy Crawford, Elle Macpherson and Gisele Bundchen.
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Although she is a familiar face in magazines and fashion shoots, Campbell is also well known for her public bursts of anger that have gotten the model into trouble.
She has been arrested a number of times - mainly on charges of assault - and has spent time serving out her sentence through community service and anger management classes.
Most recently, Campbell was arrested in April 2008 at London's Heathrow airport on suspicion of assaulting a police officer after one of her bags went missing.
Although the super model has had a history of run-ins with the law, Campbell has also been a force for good.
Campbell is currently working with the fashion world to help raise money as part of the Haiti earthquake relief effort.
There will be a charity catwalk show with top designers and models in Bryant Park at New York Fashion Week on February 12 and in London on February 18.
Previously, Campbell has raised money for the relief effort after Hurricane Katrina, in Tanzania and Mumbai, India.
"Everyone else is trying to help Haiti, and we wanted to do our part on the fashion side of things," Campbell told Bloomberg. "The response has been overwhelming. No one has said `no' - which means a lot because it's such a busy time with designers preparing their fall collections."
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