Source Pravda.Ru

Kate Moss checks out of rehab clinic in Arizona

British supermodel Kate Moss has checked out of the Arizona rehab clinic where she was receiving treatment for cocaine use. Moss, 31, left the Meadows Clinic earlier this week and was spending time with friends in the United States, according to a statement released by the London-based Storm model agency.

Moss lost contracts with H&M, Burberry and Chanel after photos of her apparently snorting cocaine in a London music studio were published in Britain's Daily Mirror tabloid last month. The statement said Moss would be reunited with her 3-year-old daughter Lila in the next few days.

The agency said Moss would be working on modeling assignments in Los Angeles, Paris and New York in the next month.

"Kate is in excellent spirits and looking forward to getting back to work. She would like to thank everyone for their messages of support as they have played a major part in helping her," a Storm spokesman was quoted as saying.

Moss, who began modeling at the age of 14, issued a statement after the photographs first appeared, saying she was addressing her problems and took "full responsibility" for her actions. A.M.

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