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Naomi Campbell is headed to court again, but this time it's not for pummeling an unfortunate employee, it's to perform her duty as a citizen of the world and testify a Hague trial. The infamous supermodel has agreed to take the stand at the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor about receiving a gift of possible blood diamonds from him. Up in question is whether the former Liberian president used funds from conflict stones to fund the horrific atrocities during the civil war in Sierra Leone and Campbell's testimony could provide proof. Campbell earlier refused to testify out of fear for her family and herself, but has now officially agreed. In a further celebrity twist to the trial, Mia Farrow, Campbell's alleged confidant about the gift, may also testify. [Stylelist]