Lets hope Kate Moss remembers her South London roots this week and remembers how important those three little words can be…
no comment officer!
Over zealous cops have been issuing ever sterner statements warning that Moss must give a “full and frank” admission of what went on when she was photographed allegedly sniffing charlie last year. However, if they are not satisfied with the answers given, Moss could face charges of possession and supply of the Class A drug, which carries a maximum 10-year jail sentence.
yeah right… according to those bastards who stitched her up in the first place, the Daily Mirror, officers are keen to find out who supplied the alleged drugs that the Mirror hacks exclusively showed her snorting last September.
A senior Scotland Yard source has confirmed
“We’re still waiting to hear whether or not she wishes to meet us.”
“We have made it clear through her representatives that we’ll see her at whichever police station she chooses, whenever she chooses.” grrr .. one rule for the rich ‘innit
If the blundering muppets at the Met can even make the drugs charges stick, she’s unlikely to receive more than a caution, and even if it goes to court, if she keeps it shut now then she’ll have a better case then.
Sources close to Moss have revealed that Moss is concerned about being unable to travel freely if convicted of a drugs offence.
Just remember though Kate, if you decide to grass then someone ain’t gonna be travelling anywhere, and given how well you’ve come out of this situation (compared to your ex for example, who wasn’t pictured taking drugs) then you know you’ve gotta do the right thing.
Meanwhile police harrassment of former boyfriend Pete Doherty continues, with him being nicked twice in one night. Doherty is currently being held on remand, although the good news is that charges against him for driving whilst under the influence have been dropped.
This related to the incident on 18th December when a car was spotted being driven erratically and flagged down by cops. Four of Doherty’s mates fled the scene, although mash up Pete failed to do the same and was therefore arrested.
Officers in fact have no idea who was driving the car, and the car keys found on Doherty did not fit the car.
Bang to rights there lads…well done
“on no account should you talk about what other people have done, or mention any names at all, in any context. In some instances, it may be the case that the police have insufficient evidence to charge you and are relying on you confessing in your interview. If you refuse to speak, they may have no option but to let you go without charge.” good advice from http://www.activistslegalproject.org.uk/