Supermodel Naomi Campbell, who was convicted of assaulting one employee and accused of assaulting at least three others, has lost her motion to dismiss portions of a tort action filed against her by a recent alleged victim, maid Gaby Gibson.

Campbell sought the dismissal of Gibson’s claims for breach of contract, false imprisonment and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The supermodel also asked the court to sanction Gibson for unnecessarily including “scandalous and prejudicial” material in her complaint.

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