Naomi Campbell seems to be on a mission to singlehandedly redefine the meaning of the phrase "model behavior."
The 36-year-old supermodel was arrested in London earlier this month for creating a ruckus outside the home of a former boyfriend, London's Sun reported.
Campbell apparently dropped by the residence in the wee hours of July 10 in order to seek the return of some possessions. A disturbance ensued and the police were called.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that a woman had been arrested for disturbing the peace in London's Belgravia district. She was freed without charge several hours later and no further action is expected to be taken against her.
In order to resolve the situation, police retrieved Campbell's belongings from the home, which belonged to Dubai prince Badr Jafar. According to the Sun, the royal recently ended his relationship with the model.
All in all, it's been a rough summer for Campbell.
Last month, she appeared in court to answer to charges that she assaulted her former housekeeper with a cell phone.
Campbell has denied her former employee's version of events. The prosecution and defense are reportedly working on a plea bargain in the case, which has been adjourned until Sept. 27.
In the meantime, two more ex-employees have come forward to accuse the model of abuse.
Gaby Gibson, one of Campbell's former maids, filed a complaint in New York's state Supreme Court last month, alleging that Campbell struck her during an impassioned search for a pair of blue jeans.
Campbell's former assistant, Amanda Brack, followed suit earlier this month, accusing the catwalker of abusing her on three separate continents and suing her for assault, battery, false imprisonment and infliction of emotional distress.
Campbell has a long history of allegedly mistreating her staff. To review some of the high-fashion diva's greatest hits:
In 2000, she pleaded guilty to hitting her former personal assistant, Georgina Galani, in the head with a telephone--twice.
In 2003, she was sued by an ex-administrative assistant, Simone Craig, who alleged that the supermodel struck her and tossed a phone at her during an argument in 2001.
In 2004, another maid, Millicent Burke, alleged Campbell slapped her across the face during a fight in her Park Avenue apartment. Campbell eventually copped to the smack, but blamed Burke for starting the altercation.