The answer is yes, but it has very little to do with Miranda Kerr's reported "difficult" behavior.
The supermodel is stepping down from her role at Victoria's Secret because she could not meet the time commitments required of Angels. Sources told Page Six Thursday that discussions between the lingerie company and the super disintegrated last week after the company had asked Kerr to secure 3 months each year to promote Victoria's Secret exclusively.
The problem with this agreement is that Kerr, the wife of actor Orlando Bloom and mother of their 2-year-old son Flynn, has also signed contracts with companies like Mango. Like former angels and worldwide supermodels Heidi Klum and Gisele Bundchen, Kerr's modeling career has taken off in recent years and opened doors to other lucrative opportunities. The dimpled star's $1 million, 3-year contract with Victoria's Secret was not renewed based on her inability to meet the terms of agreement layed out by VS.
The model, however, is still slated to walk on the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway. With rumors involving Kerr's "difficult" behavior circulating the web on Wednesday, Victoria's Secret chief marketing officer Ed Razek quickly leapt to her defense, stating: