Islandista legal woes: Naomi and Keisha

Oh Naomi, not again?

We’re not saying you did it… after all your (beleaguered no doubt) lawyer has urged us all not to rush to judgement about the report that you assaulted a limo driver and then hightailed it out of the van like Usain Bolt in heels when he pulled out his phone … to call the police (what, you thought it was for some ironic revenge?)

We’re not saying you did it … but it look a way, star.

According to the NY Daily News:

The driver claimed Campbell was brooding about an incident involving her boyfriend, married Russian billionaire Vladimir Doronin, sources said.

Mejdina had been hired a year ago to chauffeur Doronin, 49, around the city. Campbell apparently called Doronin at the time, but he did not answer his cell phone. She then rang Mejdina, who also didn’t answer.

Still peeved about the year-old incident, Campbell accused Mejdina yesterday of covering for Doronin and then slapped him, sources said.

The driver pulled over at 58thSt. and Second Ave., where he flagged down a traffic agent to report the assault. Campbell jumped out and ran away.

And… now the NY police are looking for you, even though apparently the driver is pressing charges.

We’re not saying you did it but… this is becoming a little repetitive. ent?

In other islandista legal news, former and founding Sugababe Keisha Buchanan is reportedly ready to sue the band known as the Sugababes, from which she was unceremoniously ousted last year.

Apparently, Keisha is asking them to either stop performing under the Sugababes name or to pay her a large one-off sum for rights to the name. A source told the UK’s Sunday Mirror.

This is a landmark case and will send shockwaves through the industry,” a source said. “The Sugababes are one of the most successful girlbands of all time, but if they are forced to change their name it would be absolutely disastrous for them.

“It would be very hard for them to maintain any credibility if they had no original band members and were called something else.

“Keisha was an integral member from the very beginning so it is easy to understand why she is acting like this. She even came up with the band’s name with fellow founder member Mutya Buena and deserves something for making the Sugababes what they are today.”

To quote Merital - My money, my money ha ha…

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