Even in a United Nations war crimes court, Naomi Campbell had a very hard time hiding her inner diva yesterday.
In true b*tchy fashion the supermodel made it clear to legal staff she didn't have time for their questions on blood diamonds.
Hitting the witness stand to give evidence at the war crimes trial of former Liberian ruler Charles Taylor, she said it was a major pain in her arse.
"I did not want to be here," she told the prosecution.
"I just want to get this over with and get on with my life, this is a big inconvenience for me."
Campbell is accused of receiving blood diamonds from the despot, who is alleged to have traded in them to arm rebels in nearby Sierra Leone.
The phone thrower denied knowingly receiving the diamonds at a party thrown by Nelson Mandela in South Africa in 1997.
She claims two men she had never met showed up at her door late at night to give her a gift.
"They were kind of dirty-looking pebbles," she said.
"When I'm used to seeing diamonds I'm used to seeing them shiny in a box. If someone hadn't said they were diamonds I wouldn't have guessed that they were."
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