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Supper model Kate Moss will be Turing 32 this week (January 16th 2006). Her most talked about 1950's - theme party, which had been exquisitely planned,has been canceled by the // model who fears that some of the candidates on her guest list may bring drugs.

A source says: Kate is renting one of Steven Spielberg's places in Los Angeles and was to host a 50s-style party there. Everyone was so excited and invites had gone out telling guests what characters they were to be they'd ordered Marilyn Monroe wigs and everything. But when Kate realized some might turn up with drugs she decided there was no way she could let it go ahead and risk more public humiliation.

Moss has become extremely cautious after a British tabloid published photographs of the style icon using cocaine. She was soon charged with substance abuse and has ever since then trying to make amends with both her drug abuse problem and with her business associates. Reports say that Kate has instead opted for a low-key dinner party.


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