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While Bella Hadid routinely refers to herself as the “black sheep” (in comparison to older—and blonder—sister Gigi), the rising supermodel wants you to know that it doesn’t mean she’s the wild child she’s been pegged as.

“People think because I say I’m the black sheep that I’m a rebel or this crazy person that does drugs,” she explains in the Fall/Winter 2015 issue of Editorialist, before adding that such a perception couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, the 18-year-old is a lot more like you than you may think.

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“I promise I’m a good girl. I never do drugs. I literally order sushi, watch Law & Order and go to sleep at nine-o’clock every night,” she admits. “I’m a grandmother.”

A “grandmother,” maybe. A “goth,” however? The California native clears the air about the label she’s often-times been branded.

“I had weird style for Malibu,” Hadid (who opts for brown hair over her naturally light locks) says, acknowledging her darker edge. “There was one point where my mom realized, ‘Ok, Bella is going to do what she wants.'”

Which, as far as we can tell, has been working out well.