Kate Moss drops a libel case just 24 hours before a trial date
Kate Moss is facing a £60,000 legal bill after dropping a libel action just
24 hours before a trial date was due to be set.
The supermodel must now endure an "agonising" two-week wait to find out if
she will be prosecuted for drug-related offences, after pulling out of the
lawsuit against UK TV channel Five, according to Britain's Daily Mirror
The station broadcast the documentary 'The Truth About Kate Moss' 15 months
ago, alleging the on-off girlfriend of Babyshambles singer Pete Doherty
collapsed in 2001 during a cocaine binge in Barcelona.
The film included an accusation by Naomi Campbell's former personal
assistant Rebecca White that she snorted coke with Croydon-born Moss, 32,
who later fell into a drug-induced coma and was revived by White.
Moss' troubles began last year when pictures of the mother-of-one snorting
cocaine were published.
Five had won the right to use the images in its' documentary.
Moss was forced to abandon her action against the TV station after it became
evident she would be required to sign a statement of truth denying
accusation's of drug abuse.
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