Drugs squad search Chiswick 'cocaine' studio

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Police have raided the Chiswick recording studio where disgraced supermodel Kate Moss is alleged to have snorted cocaine. 

Scotland Yard's serious crime squad confirmed that police had executed a search warrant at an address in Chiswick, on Thursday 29th September 2005.  The warrant gave permission to search for class A drugs at the studio.  Officers spent four hours searching the building and left with several bags, but refused to say whether they had found any narcotics. 

A senior police officer was quoted as telling the Mirror "We are determined to fully and vigorously investigate these allegations. The search of the recording studio is just the first move."

Moss, who is currently at the £1,500 a night Meadows Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, will face Scotland Yard questioning upon her return.  Police want to know who the supplier of the drugs was and why Moss had them in her possession. If she admits using the drugs she may face a police caution. 

Other individuals may also face questioning including Moss's on-off boyfriend Pete Doherty and Clash's Mick Jones who is currently producing the Babyshambles forthcoming album at the Metropolis Studios.


October 3, 2005