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Kate  Moss


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Promo Shot (1990s)


    Kate Moss | Biog.

      Since being discovered at J.F.K airport in 1988, Kate Moss has become one of the more iconic supermodels on the circuit.

    Kate's unconventional look has undoubtedly attributed to her success and she has modelled for practically every major fashion house in the world.

    Despite featuring in a few TV programmes (most notably a stint on French and Saunders), Kate is a rare thing indeed - a model who has not really tried to break into acting, although she probably doesn't need the money as she is estimated to be worth 26.8 million.

    She has dated a string of celebrities including an engagement to Johnny Depp and a brief relationship with Billy Zane of Titanic fame.

    In 2002 Kate gave birth to her first child, Lila Grace.


    Update: (23/09/05)

    Kate Moss said sorry for her drug-taking last night and vowed to beat her addiction.

    The supermodel broke her silence a week after pictures of her snorting cocaine were published.

    And in the apology she hinted she had taken the first steps to get off the drug.

    Kate, 31. said in a statement: "I take full responsibility for my actions. I also accept that there are various personal issues that I need to address and have started taking the difficult, yet necessary, steps to resolve them.

    "I want to apologise to all of the people I have let down because of my behaviour, which has reflected badly on my family, friends, co-workers, business associates and others.

    "I am trying to be positive, and the support and love I have received are invaluable."

    Kate's career has been in freefall since she was revealed as a 200-a-day cocaine user.

    The British biggest selling daily newspaper, The Sun, also exclusively revealed yesterday that she dabbles with deadly crack cocaine.

    Cops say they want to speak to her when she returns to the UK. Met Police chief Sir lan Blair personally ordered an investigation after the cocaine pictures were published.

    Sir lan said the decision on whether or not to charge Kate would take into account her effect on young people.

    Yesterday Kate received another blow when cosmetics giant Rimmel prepared to dump her. They would be the FIFTH company to wash their hands of her. The firm said in a statement: "Rimmel London is shocked and dismayed by the recent press allegations surrounding Kate Moss's behaviour. We are currently reviewing her contract."

    One source close to Kate said: "This is a desperate attempt to salvage some of her career."

    But her best pal, actress-turned-designer Sadie Frost, 40, insisted yesterday: "She'll bounce back.

    "People should remember what she's done for the British fashion industry.

    "Kate may have been having some personal problems but I'm certain she will bounce back from this."

    Kate's nightmare week began last Thursday when she was pictured snorting five lines of cocaine in 40 minutes. Then it was revealed she had three-in-a-bed lesbian orgies.

    On Tuesday, high street store H&M ended her contract. On Wednesday, designer labels Burberry, Chanel and Gloria Vanderbilt followed suit.

    The same day Scotland Yard confirmed its probe.

    The Sun also revealed Kate could even be charged with supplying a Class A drug because the photos show her handing out cocaine to boyfriend Pete Doherty, 26, and his band Babyshambles.

    If she is arrested she could be barred from entering the US - which could be the final nail in the coffin of her career.

    Anyone with a criminal record or who has been arrested and is facing legal proceedings must declare it upon entry. A decision is then made whether to admit them.


    Kate Moss Statement:

    'I take full responsibility for my actions. I also accept that there are various personal issues that I need to address and have started taking the difficult, yet necessary, steps to resolve them. I want to apologise to all of the people I have let down because of my behaviour which has reflected badly on my family, friends, co-workers, business associates and others. I am trying to be positive, and the support and love I have received are invaluable.'


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