LONDON  - British supermodel Naomi Campbell, fined and told to do community service after flying into a rage on a US-bound flight, apologised to police for her behaviour in an interview broadcast Saturday. But the 38-year-old, who admitted kicking and spitting at the officers in a foul-mouthed tantrum as they tried to eject her from the flight following a row over lost luggage, refused to say sorry to the British Airways crew. "I was called a racial name on that flight and that was part of my reaction - again, nothing to do with the police, but yes, from British Airways," she told Sky News television. Campbell on Friday admitted three charges of assaulting a police officer and three other charges against BA staff in connection with the incident on the tarmac at London's Heathrow airport on April 3. She could have faced up to six months in jail and a maximum 5,000-pound fine on each of the assault charges, but magistrates instead gave her 200 hours' community service and fined her 2,300 pounds. She was also ordered to pay 200 pounds' compensation to each of the two officers involved and 150 pounds to the captain of the Los Angeles-bound flight, all of whom she accused of targeting her because she was black.