Naomi Campbell hasn't always been a model for good behavior.
That being said, the catwalk queen isn't looking to start trouble, either. The New York Post's Page Six reported Tuesday that during Paris Fashion Week, Campbell got physical with Cara Delevingne. "Naomi accused Cara of 'disrespecting' Rihanna and started yelling, before Naomi pushed Cara, who pushed back," a source claimed. Another witness alleged, "Cara pulled Naomi's weave, but it didn't come off."
The alleged altercation took place during Garage Magazine's event at Castel Sunday night.
According to a source, "It was a noisy and packed party. Naomi was saying all these nonsensical things. She was ranting. There was a messy pushing match. Cara didn't understand because there's no problem between her and Rihanna. Cara didn't want to be involved and was telling Naomi, 'Get away from me!'"
Sounds like quite the catfight!
Page Six also claimed Campbell was chatting with Dakota Fanning, who was at a table with Delevingne and Lily Donaldson. "Naomi didn't do anything wrong," a source argued. "We are talking about a very tiny club in Paris with a very busy table—if someone pushes someone, it's because there is no space."
Campbell and Delevingne both denied the incident ever even occurred via Twitter Tuesday.
"Don't know where this story has come from about @Caradelevingne and I fighting! It is completely untrue, ignore the rumours XN," Campbell, 44, tweeted. Delevingne, 22, retweeted the statement and backed Campbell's denial, tweeting, "@NaomiCampbell people love to make a drama out of nothing."
Rihanna, meanwhile, has not addressed the alleged incident via her social media accounts.
Delevingne didn't dwell on the drama. Instead, she got back to work and walked for Chanel Tuesday.
Campbell, who is perhaps as famous for her modeling as she is for her temper, is trying to be a better person. "Anger is an emotion. There were things I had to deal with. You have to deal with it," she said during a 2013 appearance on The U.K.'s The Jonathan Ross Show. "I don't want to go back. No matter what it is that you're addicted to— you can be addicted to work—all it is, is an escapism. It's escaping something, no matter what. For me, I came to my realization at 29 that I didn't like myself the way I was, and that was it." Campbell added, "I'm no perfect human being. I'm just living, and I'm just breathing."