Naomi Campbell Surrenders to Cops
British supermodel Naomi Campbell surrendered to Toronto police Friday, charged with assaulting Georgina Galanis, her former personal assistant, in September. Campbell, 28, accompanied by her lawyer, arrived at a downtown police station where she was fingerprinted and photographed. Police said Galanis, 39, complained that Campbell assaulted her in a Toronto hotel Sept. 9. Following an investigation, detectives decided to charge Campbell with assault causing bodily harm. (Besides suing Campbell for $2 million in damages, Galanis also claims the supermodel owes her $1,461.54 in back pay.) Campbell was released on her own recognizance and is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 11. If found guilty, Campbell could face a prison term.
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