SUPERMODEL Naomi Campbell is off the hook, again.
The temperamental Campbell will not be questioned by police over her alleged attack on her driver early this week.
The supermodel had been accused of punching limousine driver Miodrag Mejdina, 27, in the back of the head on Tuesday, but according to the New York Police Department officers are not interested in speaking to her about the incident.
A police spokesperson told Radar Online: "There were no arrests in the Campbell matter, and we have no intention of talking to her."
She allegedly become enraged with her driver - who had been hired for the day - as he drove her through Manhattan, New York, and fled the vehicle on foot when he stopped to report her to authorities. It had been claimed Campbell got angry because she suspected the driver, who used to work for her former boyfriend Vladimir Doronin, had helped cover up his indiscretions.
Campbell has had legal scrapes in the past. In 2008, she pleaded guilty in England to assaulting two police officers at Heathrow Airport in London. She was sentenced to 200 hours of community service and fined $4 600. In 2007, she pleaded guilty in New York to reckless assault for hitting her maid in the head with a cell phone. She was sentenced to five days of community service and anger-management. - Bang