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Naomi Campbell has reportedly agreed to appear on Oprah Winfrey's talkshow in a bid to show the world she does not deserve a reputation for aggressive behaviour.
On December 13 the British supermodel was cleared of attacking her former counsellor, but she still faces lawsuits from former employees who allege they were physically abused by her.
A friend told The Mail On Sunday: "Naomi and Oprah have been friends for a long time and have been talking for a while about her coming on the show."
Former maid Gaby Gibson claims Campbell beat and racially abused her earlier this year, while former housekeeper Ana Scolavino alleges she threw a cellphone at her in January.
Campbell's former assistant, Amanda Brack, is also suing the beauty for verbal and physical abuse. - Wenn