Kate Moss booted from flight, accused of being ‘disruptive’

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When a flight carrying Kate Moss landed in London on Sunday, the supermodel reportedly was escorted off the plane by British police who met the flight at the gate. Moss was not arrested, anda number of facts about the case remain unclear.

Neither the police nor Easy Jet (the budget airline Moss was traveling on) have confirmed the cause of Moss’ removal from the aircraft. In a statement, Easy Jet only said its staff requested help from the authorities upon arrival at London’s Luton Airport “due to the behavior of a passenger on board,” adding Easy Jet does not “tolerate disruptive behavior and will always report any incidents to the authorities.”

Moss was flying back to London from the popular Turkish resort of Bodrum, located on the country’s Western coast on the Aegean Sea.

The U.K. Police issued a statement saying they were contacted by Easy Jet “to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton airport. The passenger had been reported as being disruptive on the flight. Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane. No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested.”

Other reports indicate Moss became upset when she was refused alcohol on the flight, possibly because she was already intoxicated. Her team has not commented on the incident.

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