Naomi Campbell last night blamed racism for her outburst on a British Airways jet, claiming she had been called 'a golliwog supermodel'.
In an interview with Sky News, Miss Campbell said she was not going to apologise to BA as they were "disgusting."
She said: 'I was called a racial name on that flight. And that was part of my reaction. Again, nothing to do with the police but yes from British Airways.'
'I was called a golliwog supermodel, I don’t think that’s really fair do you?'
The supermodel did not say exactly who had called her the name only that it was not one of the passengers.When asked who called her the name, she replied: 'Someone on the flight, not the passenger.'
Miss Campbell avoided jail yesterday despite admitting kicking, hitting and spitting at police officers on board the jet at Heathrow.
Extraordinary details of the supermodel's vicious assault on two officers emerged in court as she was sentenced to a 200 hour unpaid community service order.
Magistrates told the model that the community service was part of a 12-month order.
They also ordered her to pay compensation of £200 each to the two police officers she assaulted, and £150 compensation to the aircraft captain, Miles Sutherland.
In addition she was ordered to pay fines for committing a public order offences totalling £2,300 and a £15 surcharge.[...]
In court, Melanie Parrish, prosecuting, told how flight crew said initially that Campbell was very friendly and professional.
But after she discovered a bag of hers had gone astray, Campbell became upset and demanded to know where her bag was. Meanwhile the captain began to go through her options with her.
Miss Parrish said: 'To say that this process was difficult would be something of an understatement. Miss Campbell made no attempt to listen to him and talked over him, stating: "I don't want to hear".'
The court heard Campbell continued to shout at Capt Sutherland, saying: 'I can't believe you have lost my f***ing bag. Bring me my f***ing bags now.'
Miss Parrish said: 'She instructed him to personally get off the aircraft and get her bag and show it to her.
'The captain explained this wasn't going to happen. He repeatedly tried to take control of the situation and asked if he could get a word in.'
The magistrates were told that when Capt Sutherland tried to explain her options, Campbell snapped: 'How dare you tell me what my options are? You are not leaving until you find my f***ing bags.'
As the captain walked away Campbell shouted after him: 'You are a racist, you wouldn't be doing this if I was white.'[...]
The court heard that police were called and three officers arrived.
The officers made no attempt to touch her but Campbell seemed to 'completely lose control', screaming 'You can't f***ing touch me' and shouting down her phone to 'make sure the press know'.
'She said: "You can't arrest me, my cousin is in Scotland Yard."
'When PC John Eastick moved towards her, she went berserk, striking PC Eastick on the arm with her mobile phone.'
Campbell continued to struggle violently and she was described as throwing her right leg back and thrusting forward, striking another male officer, PC Campling, on the thigh.
Miss Parrish added: 'At the time she was wearing formidable platform boots with stiletto-style heels.'
The court also heard how Campbell kicked PC Eastick and PC Charles Campling both in the groin area with her heeled shoes.
'Then she spat and hit PC Eastick on his arm,' said Ms Parrish.
As the continued to kick out indiscriminately, she caught PC Eastick on the right shin and left thigh before slumping down in her seat.
The court heard she continued to shout and swear and then pulled her head back and threw it forward, spitting at PC Eastick.
As they tried to remove the model from the aircraft she continued to be abusive and became increasingly violent, shouting at the officers: 'Don't touch me.'
Campbell then shouted at the officers: 'It is because I am a black woman, you are all racists. I am going to sue you. I am going to f*** you,' and continued to kick out as they tried to remove her.
Is it cos I is black? No, it's cos you is a violent thug.
Still, it is quite impressive that Campbell - who may now face libel action from the BA cabin crew whose reputations she has impugned - was able to eke three entirely separate accusations of racism out of this one incident. Although, according to some reports, the shoe was rather on the other foot:
While Naomi Campbell claimed racism was the cause of her arrest after pitching a hissy at London's Heathrow Airport last week, it was she who allegedly hurled the epithets. Cops claim the patience-challenged supermodel screamed, "F-ing white honkies!" at them and called a female officer a "white bitch".And let's not forget this:
Naomi Campbell's former maid is suing the battling supermodel over claims that she called her a "dumb Romanian", the New York Times reports.Meanwhile, via Barnsley Nationalists, I see that Linford Christie has also been playing the race card:
Gaby Gibson, 40, filed papers on Tuesday in a New York court which allege Campbell subjected her to "repeated discriminatory assaults based on national origin". Specifically, Gibson claims Campbell asked her: "Romanians are not usually as dumb as you?"Gibson described Campbell as a "violent super-bigot" who "called her names and threatened to press charges for theft when the model was unable to find a pair of Stella McCartney jeans".
Former Olympic champion Linford Christie has claimed there is "institutionalised racism" in Britain.
And Christie, who won 100 metres gold at the 1992 Olympics, is adamant he should have carried the Olympic torch on its way through London in April.
"I think there's institutionalised racism in this country," Christie told BBC Radio 4. "How many black knights from British athletics do you know?
"I've achieved more single-handedly than any other sportsman in (Britain)."
Christie was banned for life by the British Olympic Association in 1999 after he failed a routine drugs test.
Is it cos I is black? No, it's cos you is a cheat.