Supermodel Kate Moss flew back to London Jan. 31 and handed herself over to police who want to talk to her about video footage and photographs showing her snorting cocaine.
She flew in by private jet from France and was then whisked off to a central London police office in a silver Mercedes accompanied by minders. Moss was quizzed by police before leaving.
The supermodel has been out of the UK since the Daily Mirror newspaper printed pictures of her taking the drug in a recording studio with ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty last September.
She was in New York City when the story broke and has travelled the globe since, taking in an Arizona rehab clinic, a skiing holiday in Aspen, Colorado, and Sir Richard Branson's Caribbean island Necker along the way.
According to recent reports, the model struck a deal with police and agreed to make a "full and frank" confession and supply details of her dealer, or she could face a 10-year prison sentence on supply and possession charges.
A police spokesperson says, "I can confirm that a 32-year-old woman has voluntarily attended a London police office today in relation to a Metropolitan Police investigation into allegations of possible drug abuse as reported in newspaper reports. She has not been arrested."
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