By  on January 24, 2011

NEW YORK — Come Thursday, Naomi Campbell will be back in a place she’s come to know well over the years: a courtroom.

Lawyers representing Moodform Mission, a cosmetics firm started by Campbell’s former agent, Carole White, are taking the supermodel to court for a ruling in an alleged breach of contract case. Moodform’s lawyer, Dan Bright of Schwartz, Lichten & Bright, is looking for a dismissal of Campbell’s countersuit, which claims White misrepresented her role in the company. Bright will also ask the judge to review the affidavits of Campbell, her manager Bruno Michel and her U.K. lawyer Gideon Benaim for perjury.

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