Kate Moss Still Seems Fun: Model Escorted Off Plane
Kate Moss was reportedly escorted off an airplane
for being kind of awesome for what's being referred to as "disruptive behavior."
EasyJet, which according to their website is "Europe's leading low-fares airline," had just carried Moss' flight from Bodrum, Turkey to London's Luton airport. Upon landing, authorities were called to assist with a particularly bothersome passenger. That passenger is believed to be the former '90s supermodel.
According to reports from The Daily Mail, Kate was returning from the 50th birthday celebration of actress Sadie Frost (Jude Law's ex-wife). A person claiming to be a fellow passenger told the Daily Mail, "She called the pilot a "basic b---tch" as police led her off the plane, she was a little drunk and had a disagreement with another passenger on the flight as she was refused alcohol and then went to serve her own vodka from her cabin luggage." Kate seems like she still knows how to party, you guys.
The alleged eyewitness continued, "But she was not aggressive to anyone and was funny really, the EasyJet crew was acting out of proportion." So essentially, Kate wanted a cocktail and took matters into her own hands. Sure, we should all try to be on our best behavior when we're trapped together in a metal tube thousands of feet up in the air, but haven't we all felt the emotional toll of a no-frills airline experience?
In a statement via BBC, the Bedfordshire Police said they "were called to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton airport this afternoon." Police officers then removed the person believed to be Moss from the aircraft. They didn't arrest her, and no formal complaints have been made against the model — so far her only consequence has a flight that evidently didn't meet her standards and the whole "subject of an internationally trending topic" thing.