The supermodel was flying home from a holiday in Turkey when the incident occurred.
Supermodel Kate Moss was reportedly escorted off an EasyJet flight when it landed at London Luton airport on Sunday, after she had allegedly become ‘disruptive’.
Kate Moss allegedly became disruptive during an EasyJet flight on Sunday.
According to reports, Moss was taken off the flight by police officers once her plane landed at around 4:15pm. The 41 year old was said to have been coming home from a holiday in Turkey, in celebration of her friend Sadie Frost's upcoming 50th birthday.
In a statement Bedfordshire Police spokesman said, "We were called to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton airport this afternoon. The passenger had been reported as being disruptive on the flight.”
"Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane. No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested.” A representative for EasyJet also confirmed that police had met flight EZY2232 from Bodrum to London Luton on Sunday, ‘due to the behaviour of a passenger onboard.’
The veteran supermodel has spent over 20 years on top of the fashion industry and despite rarely giving interviews she is one of the world’s most recognisable faces. But in 2005 the model nearly lost it all after allegations of habitual cocaine use surfaced. Moss has since rebuilt her career and in 2014 she was named the world’s eighth highest paid model by Forbes magazine.