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Foam Magazine's cover model this month, Chanel Iman, took a break from posing to recall her glory days of high school delinquency in L.A. Wait, what? Chanel explains, "when you’d get in trouble [at Fairfax High], you’d have to work at the flea market that’s there. So, you’d find me there every Sunday because I would get into trouble a lot at Fairfax." It's just not fair that even Chanel Iman's detentions were cool. [Racked LA]