She's had some run-ins with overzealous fans and members of the public at past fashion weeks.
But Bella Hadid didn't seem to be too happy with how heavy handed security was being at Michael Kor's latest catwalk show on Wednesday, as she reprimanded a male member of the team for seemingly manhandling a female photographer.
Having stepped out to attend the American designer's Spring/Summer 18 collection at New York Fashion Week, the 20-year-old rising supermodel took exception to what she saw.
"Hey! Can you please not touch her!" the younger sister of Gigi Hadid was heard yelling, as the male security guard went to clear a path for her to a waiting car.
Some of the action and Bella's reprimand are caught on camera, with the model clearly picking out the man for his actions with one member of the photo pack.
The catwalk star can be seen keeping her cool as she leaves the show in Manhattan, though as a pack of photographers swarm around her a number of the security guards posted at the show attempt to keep the snappers away from the star.
However, it seems that something catches Bella's eye and she can then be seen giving one of the male member's of the team a very steely look.
Two female security personnel yell 'Move it' as they pushed through their way to a waiting SUV, but Bella pauses as she sees a female snapper with a shaved head being shuffled around by the male security guard in the crush.
Intervening, she goes to grab the man and tells him: "Can you not touch her?!"
She then asks the woman: "Are you OK, sweetie?"
The incident occurred as she left the show and had to walk for a prolonged distance down a street to get to her car, with security guiding her down a pavement which saw her hemmed in by parked cars and barriers.
Mirror Online have reached out to a representative of Bella for comment on the matter.