Supermodel Naomi Campbell told the war crimes trial of Charles Taylor that two strangers handed her some “dirty looking stones” after a 1997 dinner at Nelson Mandela ’s home also attended by the former Liberian President.
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Actress Mia Farrow said Naomi Campbell told her she received a “huge diamond” from men sent by former Liberian President Charles Taylor , contradicting the supermodel’s testimony at a war-crimes tribunal last week.
Naomi Campbell, the U.K. supermodel, told judges at the war crimes trial of Charles Taylor she received “very small, dirty looking stones” from two unknown men after a 1997 dinner attended by the former Liberian President at Nelson Mandela’s home in South Africa.
A blonde in shorts and a tank top slouches in a chair and stares right at the camera. Her toenail polish is pink, as are the wall and the brassiere hanging outside her closet. Behind her is a Marilyn Monroe poster.