After being struck by the case of beating her maid Millicent Burton in August 2004, Naomi Campbell again had to engage in similar battle as another maid of her named Gaby Gibson has filed a lawsuit accusing her of conducting personal injuries, employment discrimination, civil assault, and civil battery apart from other complaints she alleged in a terse single-sheet filing in Manhattan's state Supreme Court on Monday, June 26. Demanding unspecified compensation for the damages she received, the maid previously has revealed all in an interview published by the New York Post last April, saying that the supermodel hit her on January 17 while threatening to get her arrested after she was unable to find a specific pair of jeans.
As for Campbell side, there has been no word yet from both her publicist and lawyer, Thomas D. Shanahan. The catwalker herself is about to appear on court by Tuesday June 27 to deal with her cell-phone throwing incident toward Ana Scolavino, which also revolved around the case of the missing jeans.
Facing up to seven years in prison and deportation if convicted on the latter case, Campbell, who is a British citizen, has several times received assault charges and once pleaded guilty for beating her assistant when filming a movie in Canada in 1998.