NEW YORK – Don't come between Naomi Campbell and her jeans — the hot- tempered supermodel allegedly attacked yet other maid in an angry dustup over her denim, it was revealed yesterday.
The hell-catwalker whacked Gaby Gibson in the back of the head because she couldn't find a pair of black Stella McCartney jeans, the frightened ex-maid told The Post.
"She hit me over the back of my head . . . She said it was to teach me a lesson," the single mom said.
Gibson told cops that after the smack, the beastly beauty continued "yelling and screaming" at her, saying, "You f-up! I'm going to have you arrested. I'm going to call 911."
Gibson reported the incident to police two days after the alleged Jan. 17 attack - and two months before Campbell was arrested on charges she hit housekeeper Ana Scolavino in the back of the head with a cellphone after accusing her of stealing her jeans.
"It's always over jeans," Gibson said. "I quit, then the next girl, she got it."
Gibson said cops advised her to file a complaint for harassment instead of assault because there were no visible signs of injury, but Gibson said her three months working in Campbell's apartment have left her feeling like damaged goods.
"I'm terrified of her. She knows where I live," the Romanian immigrant said. "She has issues. She's not normal."
She said Campbell had tried to hit her twice before, but "I ducked."
A source close to the case said Gibson's lawyers, Tom Shanahan and Lambros Lambrou, plan to meet with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office about pursuing criminal charges.
Campbell spokeswoman Amanda Silverman called the allegations "completely not true."
She said as far as she knew, "Gaby gave two weeks notice to go back to school."
A source close to the supermodel said Campbell had been completely unaware of the allegations — and is believed to have been out of the country at the time of the alleged Jan. 17 attack.
Shanahan and Lambrou sent the snippy supermodel a letter on Wednesday complaining their client had been subjected to an "extreme hostile work environment" while in Campbell's employ.
"Ms. Gibson has indicated a horrific pattern of both mental and physical abuse while employed by you including but not limited to verbal assaults and a repeated pattern of discriminatory comments in regard to her ethnic origin," the letter reads.
The letter offered "to privately resolve our dispute" if Campbell would provide "a meaningful settlement offer including but not limited to financial compensation for my client and sensitivity training and anger management for you."
It's not known if Campbell responded to the letter.
Campbell is due back in court in June for a hearing on the Scolavino assault case. The British citizen faces up to seven years in prison and deportation if convicted.
The fiery femme fatale is notorious for losing her cool, and was once accused of hitting her secretary with a telephone and threatening to throw her from a moving car.