Seems the volatile supermodel, who's spent the past year celebrating her 40th birthday and testifying at a high-profile war crimes trial, may have another court date coming up.
Her former agent, Carol White, wants Campbell investigated by the Manhattan District Attorney for allegedly lying under oath in a legal affidavit, the New York Post reports. Never!
White's company is suing Campbell for backing out of a perfume deal and not paying her firm commissions, the newspaper reports. Campbell is counter-suing claiming White misrepresented her role in the Moodform Missions perfume brand. No word from the DA's office on whether it will pursue White's legal claims.
In her lawsuit, White claims the supermodel failed to meet her contractual obligations to promote the fragrance brand, canceling an Australian appearance in 2000 after refusing to walk down a flight of stairs. What? No one was there to carry her?
The supermodel's attorney has "unequivocally" denied White's perjury accusations to the Post.
Campbell, of course, was the center of a courtroom drama this August as she testified under duress at the war crimes trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor. Campbell gave details about an alleged gift of blood diamonds she received from the warlord at the home of former South African president Nelson Mandela during a 1997 charity party.
Meanwhile, read about what Campbell wore to ward off evil during her dramatic testimony at Taylor's trial at The Hague, Netherlands.
In other news, see what designer Anna Sui said about working with '90s Supermodels.