Supermodel Cara Delevingne banked £7.2million last year amid 'erratic' behaviour | The Sun

SUPERMODEL Cara Delevingne banked £7.2million last year — despite ­questions over her “erratic” behaviour.

Cara, 30, received bumper dividends from her modelling firm Cara & Co, which she runs with her dad, Charles.

Accounts at Companies House show her firm has £40million in reserves.

The paperwork said: “The company remains profitable year on year whilst maintaining a strong balance sheet position.

“The company has established a strong brand image and continues to obtain numerous long-term modelling contracts.

“Over the past few years the company has begun to establish itself within the acting and film industry which, initially is less remunerative.”


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But it also admitted: “Risk of reputation rising from negative publicity  . . .  may result in a loss of contracts and thus reduction in revenue.”

It comes after she was kicked off rapper Jay-Z’s private jet following an “erratic” display in LA.

She also failed to attend the New York launch of her collaboration with the late designer Karl Lagerfeld.

But she looked on good form last week in a plunging tuxedo at the collection’s Paris launch.

Friends and family had feared they may have had to intervene after a bout of wild behaviour.

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