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Kate Moss

Kate Moss is an English model that became famous in the 1990's due to a heroin chic fashion movement. Moss is known for her particularly thin figure, and her role played in size zero fashion exhibitions. Haunting her career would be allegations of heroin and cocaine use.


Kate Moss

Moss is noted for her incredibly scrutinized personal life, very high profile relationship disputes, and an incurable party lifestyle. Moss's drug use is among one of the mostly hotly discussed aspects of her life in general.

TIME ...

In the year 2007, TIME magazine named Kate Moss as one of the 100 most influential people in the entire world. In 2012, Forbes placed Kate Moss second on the list of top-earning models, with over $9.2 million dollars earned each year. Moss has been involved in a number of other fields that aren't only fashion related, including a clothing line and involvement in musical projects.

Despite her indisputable success as a model, Moss has not been without some serious vices. In fact, her constant battle with substances is a major part in how much exposure she gets in the first place. In September 2005 Moss was the subject of a Daily Mirror story with insider photos that showed her snorting lines of a white powder, presumably cocaine, during a Babyshambles recording session.

It was also reported that Moss snorted five lines of cocaine in less than 40 minutes. It was claimed by Babyshamble's singer, Pete Doherty, that James Mullord, his former manager, had sold the photographs to the newspapers for more than 150 thousand pounds and spent that money of heroin for himself.


Kate Moss and the "heroin chic" look

On September 20th in 2005, H&M dropped Moss as the feature of their autumn clothes range campaign because of her drug use allegations. Moss's contact with Chanel was not renewed, though the company claimed that it had nothing to do with the alleged drug use. Burberry also dropped Moss's contract, which prompted Moss to issue an apology but not actually admit to taking the drugs.

Checking Out ...

In November 2005, Moss ended her relationship with Doherty after he checked himself out of the Meadows Clinic in Arizona, effectively failing to complete a drug rehabilitation program. Moss had undergone some unsuccessful rehabilitation treatment at the center there herself, and claimed to have urged Doherty to go in order to seek help for the same treatment issues that she herself had failed to get adequate help for.

On January 2006, police in London interviewed Moss after returning to Britain and facing arrest for allegations of cocaine usage. Moss's lawyer was present during the interview, but she made no admissions and was never arrested due to the photos of her taking drugs not being admissible evidence in English courts.

On June 16th in 2006, the British police fully dropped their allegations of Moss's drug use due to a lack of evidence. Ultimately Moss was cleared of all charges and resumed her modeling career, though there has still been continued criticism of her character due to the persistence of references to the 2005 and 2006 scandals.

 
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