Naomi Campbell is now at peace with an editor at a British tabloid that ran photographs of her leaving a drug counseling session six years ago, a Hong Kong magazine reported in its May issue.
The British model won a privacy infringement lawsuit against The Daily Mirror over the pictures in 2004.
The legal case led to a public spat between Campbell and the newspaper's then editor, Piers Morgan.
Campbell agreed to be interviewed by Morgan for the magazine GQ in its April issue.
She told Prestige Hong Kong magazine in an interview for its May edition that she agreed to speak with Morgan against the advice of her friends and enjoyed it. "I don't hold grudges and had moved on," she was quoted as saying.
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