thesun.co.ukCOPS yesterday urged Kate Moss to lead them to the evil drugs barons behind her cocaine snaps shame.
Detectives need to quiz the 31-year-old supermodel in their inquiry into dealers supplying showbiz stars with drugs.
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Tarique Ghaffur revealed his officers are poised to make arrests.
The investigation was sparked by pictures of Kate snorting cocaine at a West London recording studio.
She also faces being arrested on suspicion of supplying class A drugs after being caught on a secret camera chopping lines of cocaine for ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty and his pals.
But it is unlikely she will be charged. Instead, legal experts believe she will be cautioned.
AC Ghaffur said: “It is very important that she comes back to assist us with this investigation. We hope that Kate will give us her version of events. It is in her interests and everybody’s interests that she does this as soon as possible.”
Kate has not set foot in Britain since the cocaine scandal broke in September.
Her lawyers assured police that Kate would return by Christmas to be interviewed.
But she is still in America and plans to settle in Los Angeles with her daughter.
Police say they will NOT be seeking her extradition.
Mr Ghaffur went on: “There has been a lot of speculation about whether she has decided to stay in the United States. But we have an investigation to carry out and we need to speak to her as soon as possible. The investigation is progressing very well and the Met is closing in on those who are behind the supply of drugs.
“But we have got to speak to Kate. I am making an appeal to Kate to come back to this country. If she does we will seek to see her by appointment. We will arrest her and interview her under caution.
“Whatever she says will be compared to the evidence we have collected and then presented to the CPS. I guarantee that, like anyone else, she will be dealt with fairly within the law. What we are seeking is positive information to help us with our inquiries.
“There are others involved in the supply of the drugs. We anticipate being in the position of making arrests shortly.”
AC Ghaffur told The Sun that the Kate probe was only part of a major offensive on dealers selling drugs to the showbiz industry.
He said: “Our position was made clear by Commissioner Sir Ian Blair. He said we would not just be taking up drugs at a street level but targeting the middle and upper classes who use cocaine. In particular, I am very concerned about the harm created by drug usage in the entertainment, music and fashion industries.
“There are many impressionable young people who wish to pursue careers in those industries. They are susceptible to the drug dealers who infiltrate those worlds. There is also the danger that drugs are glamorised and vulnerable people take them and ruin their lives.”
Detective Chief Inspector Brian Haynes, heading the investigation, added: “Some celebrities have openly admitted cocaine use and think they’re above the law. That is not the case.”
His boss AC Ghaffur went on: “We are building up a good intelligence picture. We would like to hear from anybody who has information on drug supply. We are going to take out these criminal networks.”
South London-born Kate has just been on a skiing holiday with her latest flame, 20-year-old model Jamie Burke, in Aspen, Colorado. Now she is making plans to live in Los Angeles with her daughter Lila Grace, three, and is rebuilding her damaged modelling career.
Mr Ghaffur added: “We are in touch with Kate’s representatives and have told them we want to see her. But I have no intention at all of sending officers to the USA or seeking her extradition. However, I hope she will see reason. It is not going away and I hope she decides to co-operate.”
The inquiry into Kate’s cocaine snorting allegations is focusing on two known dealers who were close friends of her junkie former boyfriend Doherty, 26.
The dealers are thought to have received a six-figure sum from a newspaper for setting Kate up.
Close friends of Kate insisted she has no plans to stay abroad permanently. One said: “Her work commitments have kept her out of the country and when the timetable allows she will return.”
Yeah right. When she stops crapping her pants at the thought of the police more likeClose friends of Kate insisted she has no plans to stay abroad permanently. One said: “Her work commitments have kept her out of the country and when the timetable allows she will return.”
Or when her lawyers have done a deal to keep her out of klink.Originally Posted by Tenaj
A big boy did it and ran away.
What're they trying to do, KILL SHOWBIZ?!?Detectives need to quiz the 31-year-old supermodel in their inquiry into dealers supplying showbiz stars with drugs.
...where cocaine is so commonplace that the local welcome wagonHer lawyers assured police that Kate would return by Christmas to be interviewed.
But she is still in America and plans to settle in Los Angeles...
hands you a cheesebasket full of the stuff when you buy a house.
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haha im lovin that picture!
she should be a big enough person to come home and hold her hands up to what shes done maybe people would respect her more for admitting she was in the wrong and she's trying to do right now.
when the police wanted me i had to find my lawyer quick fast go to the station n be their for bout 5 hours she is another fucking country havin the time of her life only the rich n famous
mirror.co.ukKATE Moss will head back to Britain within a month to face police over her cocaine shame.
The 31-year-old model has agreed to be quizzed by detectives after the Mirror revealed she snorted the drug at a London recording studio. But she is said to "staggered" that officers have gone public.
Met Police boss Tarique Ghaffur urged Kate, who has been working in Los Angeles since August, to return home to "tell her side of the story". A friend said: "She is very happy to co-operate with the police.
"If they were that concerned, they would have extradited her or sent police to see her." Kate's lawyers have spoken to officers and she will be questioned either at home in North London or at a police station. It will then be decided if she should face charges.
One officer said: "For everybody's sake, and for her to move on, the sooner she speaks to us the better."
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