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WSA Naomi Campbell was treated to a short ride in a police car after allegedly "going berserk" outside the Belgravia home of ex-boyf Badr Jafar, The Sun reports.

Dubai prince Jafar dumped the supermodel earlier this month - a decision which may have been provoked by a recent Italian cuisine-based tantrum aboard his yacht in the Tuscan Riviera during which Campbell allegedly caused £30k worth of damage to "antiques, light fittings, china plates and glasses".

Campell's latest escapade reportedly involved her turning up at 3.30am at Jafar's pad "demanding some belongings". When Jafar declined to let her in, she allegedly "turned the air blue, yelling and swearing and waking neighbours".

Police attended the scene and, having copped an earful themselves, duly arrested Campbell for breach of the peace, stuck her in a police car and drove her to a nearby street where she was "ordered to calm down".

One source told The Sun: "It was a very strange time of day to want to collect possessions but luckily for her the police team treated her very leniently and sensibly.

"Instead of banging her up in a cell they told her to calm down and pull herself together. When she came to her senses they de-arrested her and even arranged for her to get home safely."

Indeed, officers rather kindly went to collect Ms Campbell's belonging's from the Jafar residence and returned them to the de-arrested perp. The Metropolitan Police later confirmed that "officers had been called to a disturbance".

Campbell is still awaiting trial in New York on a charge of second degree assault on her housekeeper who suffered four stitches to her head "after being hit by a mobile phone following a row". Previous form includes the accusation that she attacked her personal assistant with a BlackBerry. ®

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