Naomi Campbell has been banned from flying British Airways after her arrest last week at Heathrow Airport, according to reports.
The 37-year-old model, who had a spat with a police officer after one of her bags was lost last week in Terminal 5 of the British airport, hoped the dispute with the airline could be resolved "amicably," Reuters reported.
British Airways declined to comment on Campbell's case, but according to Reuters said: "all incidents of abuse against passengers or staff are taken extremely seriously by BA and will not be tolerated. We deal with cases on an individual basis and will take whatever action we feel is necessary."
Campbell's spokeswoman hoped for the best.
"Naomi has been flying with British Airways for nearly 30 years and has been a good customer," she said, according to Reuters. "She hopes this can be resolved amicably."
The London-born supermodel was arrested April 3 on suspicion of assaulting an officer after police were called to a disturbance at the airport. Since Terminal 5 opened last month, more than 28,000 bags have been separated from their owners.
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Witnesses said Campbell was aboard a British Airways plane due to depart for Los Angeles when she became involved in a dispute because one of her bags had been lost. During the dispute, Campbell allegedly spit on the officer.
Campbell has a history of assaulting assistants and employees.
In 2000 she pleaded guilty in Toronto to an assault charge for beating an assistant while making a film in 1998. Under an agreement with prosecutors, Campbell expressed remorse and was released without punishment or a criminal record.
In January 2007, Campbell pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault for throwing her cell phone at her maid in a dispute over a missing pair of jeans. She was ordered to do community service and attend a two-day anger-management program.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.