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Naomi Campbell has been accused of insulting victims of gun crime by wearing a dress with a fake bullet hole during London Week.

One mother who lost her son to gun violence said she was disgusted with the way the supermodel 'glamorised' weapons with her controversial choice of dress.

Ms Campbell's appearance in the apparently bloodstained frock came a month after she attended the 90th birthday party of billionaire handgun manufacturer Gaston Glock, where she posed for selfies with his 39-year-old wife, Kathrin.

Naomi Campbell (pictured in the controversial dress) has been accused of insulting victims of gun crime by wearing a dress with a fake bullet hole during London Fashion Week

Naomi Campbell (pictured in the controversial dress) has been accused of insulting victims of gun crime by wearing a dress with a fake bullet hole during London Week

The model was widely branded a hypocrite for attending the star-studded bash weeks after decrying the epidemic of mass shootings in the US – and her latest headline-grabbing outfit has only intensified the criticism.

Jack Crozier, whose sister was one of 16 children murdered in the 1996 Dunblane massacre, when she was just five, said: 'This comes across as little more than tasteless self-promotion from Campbell, considering the hypocrisy of her stance on gun control.

'Victims of gun violence don't get to remove their scars in the way that she can remove her dress.'

Lucy Cope, who founded Mothers Against Guns UK after her son was shot dead in London in 2002, said: 'This is an insult to every single person whose child has been shot in the UK. I hate it when celebrities think it's cool to glamorise gun crime – it's disgusting.'

Kathrin Glock, 39, (left) posted this image on her Instagram of Naomi Campbell (right) at the birthday party for her husband Gaston Glock, the billionaire handgun manufacturer

Kathrin Glock, 39, (left) posted this image on her Instagram of Naomi Campbell (right) at the birthday party for her husband Gaston Glock, the billionaire handgun manufacturer

And Gill Marshall-Andrews, head of the Gun Control Network, added: 'It's obvious that Naomi's getting a bit old now and she wants the publicity. 

'Of course it's deplorable and an insult to all those who have been affected by gun violence, but in a way I feel sorry for her.'

The 49-year-old model insisted the bullet-hole dress, which she wore at a glitzy event for her For Relief charity, was making a political statement.

The model was widely branded a hypocrite for attending the star-studded bash weeks after decrying the epidemic of mass shootings in the US. Pictured: a Glock handgun

The model was widely branded a hypocrite for attending the star-studded bash weeks after decrying the epidemic of mass shootings in the US. Pictured: a Glock handgun 

Lucy Cope (pictured), who founded Mothers Against Guns UK after her son was shot dead in London in 2002, said: 'This is an insult to every single person whose child has been shot in the UK. I hate it when celebrities think it's cool to glamorise gun crime – it's disgusting'

Lucy Cope (pictured), who founded Mothers Against Guns UK after her son was shot dead in London in 2002, said: 'This is an insult to every single person whose child has been shot in the UK. I hate it when celebrities think

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