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Kate Moss Takes Refuge With Pal After Break-up With Doherty

A distraught Kate Moss has taken refuge at a pal's home after her break-up with troubled rocker Pete Doherty.

The Croydon-born supermodel is staying with celebrity hairdresser and close friend James Brown, after learning about the Babyshambles frontman's infidelity.

Moss has avoided the paparazzi since parting from the rocker after claims that he slept with a South African model.

Recently, the British beauty burned a collection of love letters and poetry which were gifted to her by Doherty.

"Kate gathered quite a collection of Pete's rambilings over the two years. Now she's decided to cleanse herself of him by burning the lot," the Daily Mail quoted a source, as saying.

Earlier this month, Kate changed the locks on her North London home and called a removal van to chuck out Doherty's possessions, including art work and instruments.


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