Supermodel Naomi Campbell is in the news for something other than her bad temper and world-class phone-throwing skills. On Tuesday, war-crimes judges ordered special security measures for Campbell when she testifies at the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor. Photographers have been barred from photographing the supermodel entering or exiting the courtroom. Really. You mean to tell us that the woman who sashayed down a New York street in an evening gown to perform her community service can't be photographed? Is it because it's a war-crimes trial? Maybe she and the judges are showing respect for the court this go-around. A novel concept for Campbell, indeed.
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—Nsenga K. Burton