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Oh How the Mighty Have Fallen

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Once-mighty-in-the-late-90s model Bridget Hall, who's covered more than 200 magazines and fronted campaigns for brands including Chanel, Chloe, Christian Dior, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci , Guess, and Ralph Lauren, says, these days, she can't even afford a cab. According to the NY Post: "Hall, 33, was stopped by cops for driving without a license last week in East Hampton. According to the police report, "She stated that she was on her way to community service and paying for taxis was too expensive." Hall, once one of the world's top-earning models along with Cindy Crawford, was arrested for DWI last August in East Hampton. She agreed to carry out community service ahead of sentencing, and is due in court in May." [NY Post]