HUNDREDS of journalists and photographers swarmed to Uxbridge today(Friday) for the sentencing of supermodel Naomi Campbell.
She pleaded guilty to assaulting two police officers on board a flight bound to Los Angeles at Heathrow airport's Terminal 5 on April 3 after a dispute about her luggage.
Her verbal and physical abused started after the flight captain, Mark Sutherland, announced that not all of the baggage had been loaded on to the plane.
The flight staff asked her to leave the plane, but she refused so two police officers were called.
She lashed out at both the officers, PC John Eastick and PC Charles Campling, and accused a number of people of being racist saying 'it's just because I am black.'
Melaine Parrish, prosecuting, described how Campbell kicked PC Campling in the thigh and in the ensuing struggle she kicked PC Eastick in the right shin and the left thigh and spat at him.
After being removed from the plane, she verbally abused another officer, PC Kirsty Milward, calling her a 'blonde b**ch.'
Campbell, 38, also pleaded guilty to one count of using threatening language toward the crew and a charge of disorderly conduct likely to cause harassment.
She was given a community order of 12 months with a requirement to do 200 hours of unpaid work, and also had to pay a total of £2945