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H&M Drop Kate Moss After Drug Shame

Sep 20, 2005 | 7:07am EDT

Swedish fashion chain H&M have dropped disgraced supermodel Kate Moss after a British newspaper published photographs of the beauty allegedly snorting cocaine.

The photos in Thursday's Daily Mirror newspaper appear to show Moss indulging in the hard drug during a recording session with on/off boyfriend Pete Doherty and his band Babyshambles in a London studio.

Despite Moss' apologies to H&M and their initial acceptance of her regrets, the clothing store have now decided to remove Moss from their $1.8 million advertising campaign.

A statement from the company reads, "H&M is strongly against drugs and for many years has actively supported the drug preventing organization Mentor Foundation.

"After having evaluated the situation, H&M has decided that a campaign with Kate Moss is inconsistent with H&M's clear dissociation of drugs."

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