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LONDON, Dec 12, 2005 (UPI via COMTEX) -- Fears she will be arrested and questioned about her alleged cocaine use have reportedly led Kate Moss to cancel her London holiday plans.
Moss fled to an Arizona treatment center in September after the Daily Mirror published photos of her apparently snorting cocaine in a London recording studio and she has now set up residence in the United States with her daughter.
Despite earlier reports Moss would return to London by Christmas, the Mirror now says the supermodel is afraid of being criminally charged, which would not only make it difficult for her to find work abroad, but could also keep her from re-entering the United States.
Scotland Yard wants to question Moss as part of an investigation into suppliers of drugs to celebrities, the newspaper said.
"The Moss investigation has opened a real can of worms," a police spokesman said. "While everyone has always known that the show business world and drugs go together, the sheer extent of the criminal infiltration is worrying."
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