Police have spoken with Claudia Schiffer about controlling her two large dogs near her mansion in the countryside, authorities said Wednesday.
Police met with the 36-year-old supermodel to discuss complaints that the dogs were intimidating walkers near Bury St. Edmunds, a rural town northeast of London.
Calls to a spokeswoman for Schiffer were not immediately returned.
"Police did meet with the dog owners at the weekend and advice was given," said a Suffolk police spokeswoman, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with departmental policy. "It is not a criminal matter at this stage."
The spokeswoman did not reveal what sort of advice was given.
Schiffer lives in Coldham Hall, a 16th-century mansion, with her husband, film producer Matthew Vaughn.
Neighbors walking on a path that runs alongside the estate have complained about Schiffer's dogs "running wild," police said.
In December, one of her dogs bit a Jack Russell terrier, police said.