Maid In Manhattan
In the new issue of W magazine Nay Nay insists sweeping trash during community service changed her life - and finally found her "peace".
"I find solace in sweeping," Campbell says in a sensational diary she wrote during her time cleaning a Manhattan warehouse recently. "I have no other responsibility. I have no phone. I have the time to think. Just have, you know, peace."
Naomi reveals that Boy George, who went through almost identical street-cleaning duties, called her regularly to get her through the ordeal. And she says that her mother has also agreed to go into therapy with her to help keep her strong enough to keep with her changed life.
But she also defends her decision to turn her arrival for duty every day into a catwalk of latest designer clothes. "What I wear when I walk into my community service has no connection with what I'm going to do when I get inside, she says. "What do they expect me to do - walk in drib and drab?? "I've never looked drib and drab in my life."
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