New York: Naomi Campbell`s former agent has claimed having evidence to prove that the supermodel was aware of her role as a principal in Moodform Mission, the fragrance company that produced Campbell`s perfume.
White sued Campbell for 10 million dollars for backing out of the perfume deal and eating her commission.
In a taped conversation from July 11, 2006, Campbell`s manager, Bruno Michel, calls White "partner" and says they had talked about commissions "20,000 times," reports the New York Post.
However, Campbell`s countersuit claimed that White misrepresented her role in the fragrance company.
White`s lawyer said the tape supports their case that Campbell knew of White`s role.
Campbell`s rep said, "The allegation is unequivocally denied."