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Supermodel returns to face questioning over Chiswick cocaine scandal


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Kate Moss is set to return to London this week to face questioning over her alleged cocaine consumption at a Chiswick recording studio.

The supermodel has not been back in the UK since the Daily Mirror published pictures of what looked like her snorting the class A drug at Metropolis Studios whilst accompanying her former beau, Babyshambles front man Pete Doherty.  Babyshambles were were recording their first album at the studios back in September 2005.

It is understood that Moss will meet Senior Officers at a London Police Station where she will be interviewed under formal caution. Detectives, who have been investigating the case for the past four months, are interested in Moss' version of events which led to her catastrophic fall from grace.

Police have stated that if Moss owns up to taking drugs, she will receive an official caution. However, if she does not co-operate, Moss could be facing charges of possession and supply which carries a maximum custodial sentence of 10 years.

The two other people, implicated by the grainy video tape have already faced questioning.  Mick Jones, former Clash guitarist who was using Metropolis to produce the Babyshamble's album and a friend of Pete Doherty's were also caught snorting the drug through a rolled up £5 note.

After two court hearings, the Mirror newspaper was forced to hand over the video footage to Police which is now in the hands of the Crown Prosecution Service.

January 31, 2006