Gigi Hadid arrested after Cannabis found in luggage on holiday to Cayman Islands
Hadid, 28, and her friend were arrested at Owen Roberts International Airport on 10 July after landing in a private plane.
Model Gigi Hadid was arrested last week in the Cayman Islands after being found with cannabis.
Hadid, 28, and her friend arrived at Owen Roberts International Airport on 10 July via a private plane and their luggage was searched by customs officials.
The pair were arrested before being released on bail.
Two days later, Hadid and her friend were formally charged during a court appearance, where they pleaded guilty and were both fined $1,000, according to local outlet Cayman Marl Road.
Hadid's representative said she was travelling with marijuana purchased legally in New York "with a medical license".
The spokesperson told PA news agency: "It has also been legal for medical use in Grand Cayman since 2017. Her record remains clear and she enjoyed the rest of her time on the island."
Hadid has appeared to post about the holiday on Instagram.
After news of her arrest broke, Hadid shared pictures including one of her sunbathing on the beach with friends, alongside the caption: "All's well that ends well."
She also posted two more pictures on 14 July, two days after the court appearance.
Hadid began her modelling career aged two after being discovered by Guess co-founder, the Moroccan-born fashion designer Paul Marciano.
She has worked with brands including Versace, Chanel, Fendi and Marc Jacobs and made more than 30 cover appearances for several international editions of Vogue.
Hadid shares a daughter with former One Direction member Zayn Malik.