Campbell enters rehab, partially prompted by a friend who, she says, "wrote the number of a doctor that I had loved and he's also in my life today, on a piece of paper. And she said, 'You call him when you're ready.' I'm not going to push you.'" In rehab, she later tells ABC's Diane Sawyer (left) in 2005: "I get up at 6:00, clean the tables in the cantina for breakfast, and I got to hear real stories. People from all over the world. I learned so much."
Fresh from his breakup with Chilli, R&B sensation Usher (right) is seen around town with Campbell. In October, Campbell, 34, throws a private bash for Usher's 26th birthday at New York City's Rainbow Room. But Usher's rep insists they're just friends, while Campbell's rep tells PEOPLE that "Naomi and Usher are having fun hanging out together."
Months after being arrested for allegedly scratching the face of her drug therapist, Campbell pleads guilty to throwing her jewel-encrusted Blackberry at maid Ana Scolavino. "I am advised that Ana was hurt, and I am sorry about that," she tells the Manhattan court. She's sentenced to pay Scolavino's $363 medical expenses, attend an anger management program, and perform five days of community service.
Campbell dons a New York City Department of Sanitation fluorescent orange and yellow vest to sweep, mop and scrub a garbage truck garage. But she turns her public embarrassment into a fashion show, as she appears each day in a different couture outfit. When she leaves on her fifth and final day, she wears a silver-sequined Dolce & Gabbana gown. She later publishes a diary for W magazine, where she writes: "I keep on sweeping. I'm getting very protective of my pile of rubbish – kind of the way I feel about my Hermes handbag."
Campbell settles a lawsuit with former employee Amanda Brack, who claims the supermodel abused her verbally and physically on three continents. In August, Campbell spoofs herself in a Dunkin' Donuts commercial (left) directed by Zach Braff. In the ad, she breaks her heel while gardening and throws it through a window.
After an argument about her luggage, Campbell is arrested aboard a British Airways flight at Heathrow Airport for investigation of assaulting two police officers. "She threw a few things around the cabin and then spat at the cops," an airport source tells PEOPLE. The model is released on bail the following day. In June, she pleads guilty to four of the six charges against her.
Campbell (pictured with up-and-coming model Chanel Iman) is one of four black models to grace the cover of Vogue Italia's "Black" issue. A collaboration by editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani and photographer Steven Meisel, the groundbreaking issue is inspired by Barack Obama's presidential campaign and the desire to address the lack of diversity in modeling. The issue is so popular that it sells out in the U.S. and the U.K. in 72 hours.
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