Kate Moss Was Wasted on Flight: Passengers
Witnesses claim model didn't have ticket, was 'clearly inebriated' at Turkish airport
By Jenn Gidman, Newser Staff
Posted Jul 31, 2014 10:59 AM CDT
British model Kate Moss launches her new clothing range in Oxford Street, London, on April 29, 2014.   (Photo by Jonathan Short/Invision/AP)

(Newser) – News about Kate Moss has been as scarce as the clothing she wasn't wearing in Playboy last year, but she made headlines at a Turkish airport on Monday. A witness at Bodrum Airport tells the Daily Mail that the 40-year-old supermodel appeared to wheedle her way into boarding the flight to London without a ticket, holding up a line of frustrated passengers—some of whom tweeted about her "clearly inebriated" state.

"If I had showed up that drunk, there’s no way I’d be let on the plane, but she is Kate Moss," one witness complained. But an EasyJet rep reportedly said that all passengers had paid for their seats and that "the delay … was not related to any one passenger." Moss' spokesman is staying mum. Moss, who has been nailed in the past for rude behavior, was supposedly in town to stay at LifeCo, a detox center in Turkey whose site features her gushing as the only "guest review."

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Aug 2, 2014 1:17 PM CDT
What, no heroin this time? (Playboy must be hard up to want to shoot this emaciated, substance abuser). No heroin, just booze, eh? I guess that she got "detoxed" really well in the rehab center.
Mr. E
Jul 31, 2014 8:44 PM CDT
Being drunk on a plane is not fun so I don't think she enjoyed it (unless of course she wanted a male escort like myself to keep her company in first class). Much smarter if you take something to make you sleep
Carl J
Jul 31, 2014 2:32 PM CDT
Another brain-damaged smoker, mentally ill from tobacco addiction. 90% of alcoholics are smokers, of course. More reasons to BAN THE ILLEGAL TOBACCO DRUG, NOW!