In Australia allegedly for a funeral, volatile vixen and model Naomi Campbell was said to be furious when she landed in Australia on Thursday, because she mistakenly thought Qantas airline employees had tipped off the Aussie press about her arrival.
The Sydney Daily Telegraph reports Campbell had flown from Bangkok, Thailand, to Sydney, and verbally assaulted a Qantas flight attendant trailing her with her luggage trolley.
Campbell, who has a history of abusing her help, told the attendant, “F**k off! I am never flying Qantas again!”
Qantas confirmed Campbell was on the flight, but had no insight as to why she was angry.
A Qantas spokesman says, “We are not aware of any issue Ms Campbell may have had on her Qantas flight. And we’ve looked into all angles from departure to in-flight and arrival.”
According to the Sydney Daily Telegraph, Campbell was under the mistaken impression that Qantas had tipped the media off, when, in fact, the newspaper’s reporters were at the terminal for a completely different story, when a passenger on Campbell’s flight tipped the media that she was soon to appear at the arrivals gate.
Campbell first told the press that she was in Sydney on a “private engagement… a funeral” before screaming, “F**k off! Respect my privacy!”
Campbell has pending legal woes, and is currently facing the possibility of a seven-year jail term in the USA for allegedly throwing a Blackberry at her former maid.
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