A passenger on the plane which Kate Moss was escorted from for being disruptive insists she was quiet and well-behaved on the flight.
Kate Moss' fellow passengers were ''surprised'' she was escorted from a flight yesterday (07.06.15).
The 41-year-old supermodel was met by police when her flight from Bodrum, Turkey, arrived back into Luton airport amid reports she had been ''disruptive'', but another flyer insists she was very low-key while on board the budget aircraft.
A source told Us Weekly magazine: ''You wouldn't have known Kate Moss was on the flight. There was no shouting. At no point was she told off by crew or told to change her behaviour. [I'm] surprised the police were called.''
Other passengers overheard the British beauty - who had been in Turkey celebrating close friend Sadie Frost's forthcoming 50th birthday - complaining as she waited for her bags.
She was overheard saying: ''They tried to arrest me!''
Though Kate hasn't commented on the incident, a spokesperson for Bedfordshire Police confirmed they had been called to the flight, but insisted no arrests had been made.
They said: ''We were called to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton Airport this afternoon. Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane. No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested.''
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