The self-proclaimed "World's 1st supermodel" transformed last night's Ed Hardy fashion show into a living hell for event organizers -- and now we're told she's been banned from future L.A. Fashion Week runway shows!
According to inside sources, Janice Dickinson refused to sit in the seat assigned to her -- claiming she wasn't close enough to the media -- and instead sat in seats assigned to Fern Mallis, lead organizer of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and Davis Factor, co-creator of Smashbox Studio. Though she was heard yelling, "I'm not moving for anyone, I don't care who it is," she switched seats after being reprimanded by Factor himself.
Dickinson wasn't done causing trouble just yet though. She then trashed Ed Hardy clothing to reporters, saying "Those t-shirts are worth $5 ... it only cost them $5 to make in China," but added they may be worth money in twenty years. The model/trainwreck then caused a scene backstage when she stuck her foot in a giant tub of ice after claiming a model "broke her toe."
Dickinson has since been requested not to attend future shows "by the powers that be" at IMG, a leading talent agency.
TMZ spoke with Christian Audigier, CEO and creator of Ed Hardy, who said, "Janice is a good friend of mine, and she was fine at the show. It was a great situation and we would be more than happy to have her back."