Naomi Campbell had a reputation for not being able to contain her anger and rage and it seemed that each time she was angry, somebody was likely to get a cell phone thrown in their face. Now the international super model appears to be taking a rather mature approach to how she handles those that have angered or offended her. Campbell is reported to be suing a London newspaper, the Daily Telegraph. Campbell is suing the London paper for libel over a story that they did in which they claimed she organized an elephant polo match in India. According to the Guardian, the 42 year old super model is suing them for inaccurately stating that when she hosted a party, in November, for her boyfriend, Vladislav Doronin, the controversial sport was played as entertainment. The Daily Telegraph has since removed the story, titled “Elephant polo at Campbell’s party criticised,” from its website, but that is not stopping Campbell from suing them. The lavish party that Campbell threw for her boyfriend was a very fancy affair with a string of A-list celebrities on the guest list. The guests even enjoyed live entertainment from Diana Ross. When rumors started to surface that there was elephant polo at the party, Campbell received some negative feedback from animal rights groups, voicing their displeasure and disappointment with her and her boyfriend. Campbell denied the rumors and a spokesperson made it very clear that there had not been any elephant polo at the party. As the rumors persisted, Campbell filed a lawsuit. Animal rights groups, including PETA have condemned elephant polo and have called it a “shameful vestige of the British Empire”.