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Originally posted 02/12/2013 05:30PM
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Originally posted 11/29/2012 06:45PM
He's no stranger to living the high life around larger-than-life personalities as the son of outsized artist and director Julian Schnabel (The Diving Bell and Butterfly). But now that he's been linked to Demi Moore, 26-year-old Vito Schnabel may just get a taste of fame on his own terms.
The eldest son of Julian, Vito grew up around art world and Hollywood royalty before eventually making his own name as a curator and art dealer as a teenager.
"They are just constantly around beautiful and fabulous women and run with a very cool crowd," a source tells PEOPLE of the Schnabel family. "They're fun people."
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Originally posted 11/28/2012 10:00AM
Demi Moore is dipping her toe back in the dating world – with a much younger man.
The New York Post's Page Six column reports that Moore, 50, is quietly dating art world scion Vito Schnabel, 26.
"It's really happening," a nightlife source tells PEOPLE. "There was a time when Vito was kind of cool with [her ex Ashton Kutcher] – so it seems a little weird." The source adds that the pair are expected to be together during Art Basel in Miami Beach in early December.
Schnabel, an art dealer, is the son of painter and director Julian Schnabel. He and Moore were reportedly "dancing and grinding all over each other" at a party in Jodhpur, India, thrown by supermodel Naomi Campbell for the 50th birthday of her billionaire boyfriend Vladimir Doronin, according to the paper's account.
Originally posted 10/20/2011 06:00AM
File under: new friends? Cameron Diaz and supermodel Naomi Campbell relived the good old days at Studio 54 in New York during a SiriusXM soiree. The ladies chatted and danced the night away together at the '70s-themed bash, which marked the launch of Studio 54 Radio. And it was a star-studded affair: Bethenny Frankel twirled by on the dance floor along with Bravo's Andy Cohen. Also there: Ryan Phillippe and Keith Richards. – Carlos Greer
Originally posted 08/10/2010 02:00PM
What war-crimes tribunal? Naomi Campbell has jet-setting to do.
Thanks to the appearance of Campbell as a witness, the UN tribunal of former Liberian president Charles Taylor has gained notoriety, and it was the scene of another conflict Tuesday when Taylor's lawyer accused the supermodel's former agent of presenting a "complete pack of lies" in her testimony.
Defending what she'd said, ex-agent for Campbell Carole White repeated allegations that the model received diamonds from Taylor after a dinner in South Africa in 1997.
While Campbell's testimony was being disputed and defended, a newspaper in Sardinia off the coast of Italy, L'Unione Sarda, reported that on Sunday night the supermodel was at play at a party with super-couple Leonardo DiCaprio and Bar Refaeli, Janet Jackson, Quincy Jones, Kevin Spacey – and diamond merchant Fawaz Gruosi.
Originally posted 08/09/2010 08:40AM
Mia Farrow took to the stand Monday in the war-crimes trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor and disputed Naomi Campbell's sworn testimony from last week about whether so-called "blood diamonds" Campbell received as a gift more than a decade ago had come from Taylor.
Campbell, 40, admitted last week that she received uncut stones from two men in South Africa in 1997 but said she didn't know they were diamonds or that they were linked to Taylor.
Farrow, 65, said Monday that Campbell in fact boasted that the gift was from Taylor at a breakfast the next day as both women prepared for a charity event with Nelson Mandela, Britain's Telegraph reports.
"Naomi Campbell joined us and before she even sat down she recounted the events of the [previous] evening," the actress testified. "She said that in the night she had been awakened. Some men were knocking at her door. They were sent by Charles Taylor and they had given her a huge diamond. Naomi Campbell said they came from Charles Taylor."
Originally posted 08/05/2010 08:00AM
Far from a runway, Naomi Campbell took to the witness stand at a UN war-crimes tribunal in the Netherlands Thursday and admitted that she was given "dirty rocks" by the former Liberian ruler Charles Taylor – who, prosecutors say, swapped guns to rebels in neighboring Sierra Leone for uncut diamonds during that country's 1992-2002 civil war.
Taylor, 62, stands accuses of allegedly arming, training and commanding the rebels to kill and maim thousands of civilians across the border. He has pleaded not guilty to 11 war crimes charges, including murder, rape, sexual enslavement and recruiting child soldiers.
Campbell, 40, told the tribunal she handed the gems to a colleague and told him to "do something good with them," such as donate them to charity, but the colleague "still has them, so they didn't benefit," the British supermodel added.
Originally posted 03/04/2010 06:35PM
Naomi Campbell is coming out swinging after being accused of hitting her driver earlier this week.
The supermodel denies any wrongdoing associated with an incident in which her driver, Miodrag Mejdina, pulled over and told a traffic agent that Campbell had assaulted him.
"I was accused of unacceptable behavior towards a driver in New York," the supermodel says in a statement. "I have worked very hard on correcting my previous wrongdoings and I will not be held hostage to my past."
In fact, Campbell who was previously arrested for hitting her housekeeper in 2006 and assaulting two police officers at Heathrow airport in 2007, says the driver has apologized to her.
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