Source Pravda.Ru

Naomi Used Cell Phone as Colds for Third Time

Naomi Campbell can't but play with cell phones and hurt other people.

On Tuesday, Campbell allegedly kicked her driver, Miodrag Mejdina, 27, after he refused to say whether her Russian oligarch boyfriend, Vlad Doronin -- whom Mejdina also drives -- was cheating on her, sources said.

When Mejdina tried to call 911, she snatched the phone from his hand and allegedly smacked him on the face.

He then pulled over at 58th Street and Second Avenue and summoned a cop, but by the time they returned to the car, Campbell was gone.

Mejdina declined to press charges.

It would be the third time Campbell, 39, used a phone to keep the help in line. In 2005, she beat her assistant on the head with a BlackBerry, and in 2006, she brained her housekeeper with a cell she threw across a room.

New York Post has contributed to the report.

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