Sporting a towering beehive hairstyle and wearing a silver evil-eye pendant necklace -- perhaps to ward off the danger she told the court she fears from Taylor -- the 40-year-old Campbell admitted to receiving alleged blood diamonds during a 1997 trip to South Africa, according to the paper.
"I was sleeping and had a knock at the door that woke me up," Campbell told the U.N. Special Court for Sierra Leone at The Hague.
"Two men were there and they gave me a pouch and said: 'A gift for you.'
"I went back to bed. I looked into the pouch the next morning.
"I saw a few stones, they were very small, dirty-looking stones.
"I'm used to seeing diamonds in a box... If someone had not said they were diamonds, I would not have known they were diamonds."
However, Campbell, who had resisted testifying because of fears that the alleged war criminal might exact revenge, reportedly denied actress Mia Farrow's testimony that she had flirted with Taylor and later boasted about receiving the diamond at the time.
Though her former manager Carole White of Premier Model Management corroborated Farrow's story, Campbell claims she did not boast of her gift, and that the women merely assumed Taylor to be the benefactor, the paper reports.
"It's not abnormal for me to get gifts, I get gifts all the time, even in the night," she told the war crimes tribunal.
"I get concierges knocking on my door with gifts. It is quite normal."
"I'm someone who lives my life but I'm not about showing what I have," she added, saying she gave the diamonds to Jeremy Ratcliffe of the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund.
The catwalker also reportedly denied any prior knowledge of Liberia, blood diamonds, or Taylor, who now faces 11 charges of backing rebels.
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