Wowww, isn't she pretty; and that message is Oh So Appropriate. Beeb says that it appears our catwalker will be strutting her stuff in the Hague for the fall shows. Ahhhhhhh, what a refreshing update to know that they've finally got some professionals walking that show. maybe now it will finally get the attention it so deserves. we reported about this scrap last month, but never did we ever think that our wish would come true.
Clutch The Pearls Girls
Yes Gwen Stephani really does work it out, like we hope Naomi will
Hey Amber and Anna Wintour, Make Sure You're Front and Center Bishes.
This Guarantees To Be The Hottest Show of The Year - all Natty's badness will be revealed No Doubt.
Naomi, You Betta Work because Yes Mi Girl them want you underneath it all... ahhhhhhh,
Thursday, 20 May 2010
Ms Campbell has declined repeated requests to be interviewed. War crimes prosecutors in The Hague say supermodel Naomi Campbell should be subpoenaed to testify at the trial of Liberia's ex-President Charles Taylor.
They say Ms Campbell "was given rough diamonds" by Mr Taylor in 1997 at Nelson Mandela's house in South Africa. Mr Taylor is accused of using "blood diamonds" to fuel an insurgency in Sierra Leone that cost tens of thousands of lives. Ms Campbell had previously declined to provide testimony to prosecutors.
Ms Campbell's testimony is necessary as there is evidence that Ms Campbell was given rough diamonds by the accused (Mr Taylor) in September 1997," said a prosecution motion filed with the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Mia Farrow connection Mr Taylor is accused of selling diamonds and buying weapons for Sierra Leone's Revolutionary United Front (RUF) rebels, who were notorious for hacking off the hands and legs of civilians during the brutal 1991-2001 civil war.
The trial heard claims in January that he had given Ms Campbell a "large" diamond after a 1997 dinner hosted by South African ex-President Nelson Mandela. The former Liberian leader, who has been on trial since January 2008, dismissed the claims, calling them "total nonsense". He has pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity stemming from the 10-year war in Sierra Leone.
- 1997: Elected Liberian president
- 2003: Arrest warrant issued, steps down, goes into exile in Nigeria
- 2006: Arrested, sent to Sierra Leone
- 2007: Hague trial opens
Earlier this month, Ms Campbell deflected a question about the diamond during an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show. When asked about the gift, she said: "I don't want to be involved in this man's case. He has done some terrible things, and I don't want to put my family in danger." The prosecution also wants US actress Mia Farrow - another guest at the Mandela dinner - to testify about the alleged gift. According to Ms Farrow, Ms Campbell told her about the gift the following morning.
Ms Campbell said she had been visited by representatives of Mr Taylor during the night, and that they had given her a "huge" uncut diamond, Ms Farrow told ABC News last month. "You don't forget when a girlfriend tells you she was given a huge diamond in the middle of the night," Ms Farrow told ABC. She has told the court that she is willing to testify if needed.
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