A Manhattan model says a moth infestation at her luxury Financial District pad not only forced her to suffer through Fashion Week without her “unique and expensive clothing’’ — she even missed the Oscars because of the little buggers.

Monique Zordan — also an actress whose credits include the zombie flick “Surviving the Outbreak’’ — is now suing her insurance company, Travelers, which claims that the insects are not a “covered peril.”

Zordan, who lives at 75 Wall St., says in her Manhattan Supreme Court suit that she came home in February “and to her utter horror discovered, what she believed to be, clothes moths, which had infested her apartment, laid their eggs, and eaten through two couches, areas rugs, and a substantial amount of very expensive clothes, accessories, rugs and so forth.

“Plaintiff is an actress and model and possessed a great deal of unique and expensive clothing, which was substantially damaged,” her suit says.

“Further, during Fashion Week, in order to deal with the infestation, she was forced to take up residency at hotels.

“Moreover, plaintiff was expected to attend the Oscars around this time, however did not feel comfortable leaving her valuables and clothing susceptible to further damage,” according to the court papers.

Travelers refused to reimburse the 32-year-old beauty for what she says are tens of thousands of dollars in moth damage to her wardrobe and home furnishings, her suit alleges.

A Travelers rep told Zordan her $1,000-a-year policy only covered “perils” such as “fire, lighting, windstorm, hail, explosion, riot, aircraft and self-propelled missiles, theft and falling objects.”

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