Supermodel Kate Moss was escorted off an easyJet flight at London Luton airport on Sunday by police because she had allegedly become disruptive. The 41-year-old was coming home from a holiday in Turkey but after her plane landed around 4.15pm she was taken off the flight by police officers.
The Easyjet flight had arrived from Bodrum in Turkey on Sunday afternoon.
In a statement, Bedfordshire Police said they "were called to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton airport this afternoon".
No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested.
In an interview conducted prior to the incident, she said: "I love flying. I find it really relaxing. No phone, a movie, a glass of wine and some salad. Perfect!
"I always take a cashmere blanket and I have pictures of my family in my passport holder. I always go to sleep on the plane. Then I try and stay up whenever I get where I'm going to and get straight into the time zone I'm in.”
According to the Mirror, the iconic model was escorted off her, after allegedly calling the pilot a "basic b**ch,"and swigging vodka from the bottle. Witnesses have come forward who claim Kate lost it when the cabin crew ran out of sandwiches for passengers.