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Cocaine Stigma Continues to Haunt Kate Moss

A school boy shocked onlookers when he taunted supermodel Kate Moss and asked for some cocaine when she refused him an autograph. Moss reportedly walked past the boy in a New York hotel without signing an autograph for him, reports mirror.co.uk. The schoolboy, who had been waiting all day, turned and shouted: "Can I at least have some coke?"

An onlooker said: "It was quite bizarre to see one of the world's most famous women being heckled by a fresh-faced schoolboy."

Moss has had a troubled history with drugs. She was photographed snorting drugs at a music studio in 2005 and has had an on-and-off relationship with rocker Pete Doherty, who has also spent time in rehab for drug addiction.

Kate has since her separation with her boy friend and after stint at the rehab has been living a relatively clean life and has often regretted her past. However the stigma of the past continue to haunt this famous super model.


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