You Made Me Cry! Noami Campbell Exclaims

Naomi Campbell breaks down as she discusses her anger issues and drug addiction during TV appearance.

She broke down in tears while discussing her infamous anger slides on the Jonathan Ross Show in the U.K. on Saturday night.

When quizzed about her past, the obviously emotional British supermodel explained to the TV host: 'Anger is an emotion. They were things I had to deal with. You have to deal with it.'

Then the 43-year old weepily tells Jonathan; 'I'm crying you made me cry.'

Famous for her rages, Maomi was accused of committing violence against her employees and associates between 1998 and 2008.

In 2006 she famously threw a cell phone at a housekeeper that landed her in a New York Court the following year charged with assault, to which she pleaded guilty.

She was ordered to pay an undisclosed sum in reparation, perform five days  of community service- which she did dressed in designer outfits- and attend anger management classes.

The statuesque 5ft 9in celebrity was banned for life by British Airways in 2008 after a row with two police officers in Heathrow airport about lost luggage.

Naomi told Jonathan she still goes for anger-management therapy and feels overwhelming sadness when she thinks of the past.

The runway star also talked about her drug use and cocaine addiction.

'For me, I came to my realization at 29 that I didn't like myself the way I was, and that was it,' she says.

'I don't want to go back. No matter what it is that you are addicted to- you can be addicted to work- all it is, is an escapism. Its escaping something no matter what.'

Famous for wearing dizzying high heels, she walked onto the set in silver stilettos.

But she rose to the challenge when Jonathan produced the stunningly high blue wedges she was wearing when she fell over on the catwalk at the Vivienne Westwood fashion show in 1993 and asked her to walk in them.

Laughing, she slipped them on and walked around the studio.


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