FEBRUARY 15, 2002
Sex and drugs and rock and roll
FIA bosses were less than impressed when model Naomi Campbell arrived at the High Court in London the other day, carrying a Formula 1-branded umbrella.
Campbell is currently involved in two very messy law suits in the High Court: one with a former personal assistant who revealed details of Campbell's alleged sexual adventures; the other with The Daily Mirror newspaper over revelations that Campbell had a drug problem. She claims that her privacy was being invaded; the Mirror argues that she had been portraying a false image of herself to the general public as she had always claimed that she was drug-free.
Sex and drugs are not the kind of image that Formula 1 likes to promote although rock and roll is still acceptable as was proved the other night at the Grand Prix Party at the Albert Hall where several well-known F1 names including Eddie Jordan and Damon Hill had a good time, playing to the crowds.
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