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Watchdog probes 'misconduct' at Naomi Campbell's charity

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The charity watchdog has launched a formal investigation into Naomi Campbell’s fashion charity over concerns about its management and finances, it emerged last night.

Fashion For Relief is facing a statutory inquiry by the Charity Commission, which will look at possible misconduct and mismanagement.

The foundation was set up by the London-born supermodel, 51, to relieve child poverty and advance health and education around the world.

It claims to have raised more than $15million dollars (£11. 25million) since its foundation in 2005 – mostly through glitzy fundraising events.

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