Naomi Campbell was arrested after allegedly causing a disturbance outside a former boyfriend's home, a British newspaper reported Friday.
The Sun tabloid said police were called after the 36-year-old supermodel arrived at the house in the early hours of July 10 seeking the return of some belongings.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that a 36-year-old woman had been detained for breach of the peace after "reports of a woman causing a disturbance" in London's tony Belgravia district.
She was released without charge several hours later. Police retrieved the belongings, "and the woman left the scene," police said in a statement. "No further action will be taken."
Campbell's representatives did not immediately return calls Friday.
Campbell has a history of volatile behavior. Last month the London-born model appeared in a New York court to face allegations that she threw a cell phone at a maid in a dispute over a missing pair of jeans.
In 2003, the supermodel was sued by a former administrative assistant who said Campbell had thrown a phone at her during a tantrum.
In August 2004 Campbell and her maid came to blows, with the worker claiming the supermodel slapped her across the face. Campbell accused maid Millicent Burton of instigating the fight.