Beleaguered supermodel Naomi Campbell was hit with another lawsuit from a former employee yesterday.
In court papers filed at New York City's Manhattan Supreme Court, Amanda Brack alleges Campbell of false imprisonment, assault, battery and causing emotional distress during a series of incidents after she started her employment in February 2005.
Brack's lawsuit was filed as Campbell was in plea negotiations over allegations she threw a mobile phone at former employee Ana Scolavino in January.
According to her lawyer Gerald McCarthy, Brack was hired by Campbell after she helped the 35-year-old with a "costume malfunction" in the ladies' room of a Paris nightclub.
Brack's lawsuit says, "Shortly after being hired, defendant Campbell initiated a series of verbal and physical and emotional attacks against (Brack) such that plaintiff suffered both physical and emotional injuries."
McCarthy alleges Campbell assaulted his client several times in 2005 in incidents that took place Brazil, Morocco and in Campbell's apartment on Park Avenue in Manhattan.
Brack's lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for pain and suffering from Campbell and her company OMI Ltd.
In a third case, Campbell is also being sued for civil battery and assault by her former maid Gaby Gibson, who claims the model hit her in an argument over a pair on jeans.
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