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Naomi Campbell won't have to appear in court to enter a plea in a case that accuses her of pummeling a former New York City employee.

The supermodel will be allowed to enter a plea in absentia next Wednesday, prosecutor Calvin Berry said Monday.

Campbell, 29, is accused of beating assistant Georgina Galanis in 1998 while in Toronto filming the movie "Prisoner of Love."

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